Canada’s Top Google Search Trends Of 2022

Canada’s Top Google Search Trends Of 2022
Canada’s Top Google Search Trends Of 2022

The popular search engine Google releases an annual report of the top searches from Canadians. The 2022 report looks at what Canadians search for in their everyday lives and is filled with exciting trends.

From breaking news to technology and health to sports, this year’s list reveals some exciting developments in the minds of Canadians. As well, the top searches of 2022 reveal a wide range of topics that reflect the current interests of Canadians.


Here are the Top Search Trends this year:

  1. Wordle
  2. Ukraine
  3. World Cup
  4. Queen Elizabeth
  5. Betty White
  6. Bob Saget
  7. Anne Heche
  8. Canuckle
  9. Johnny Depp
  10. Will Smith

Google Trends said Wordle was Canada’s top trending search term in 2022. Wordle is an online tool for creating word clouds and visual representations of text and words.

It has become increasingly popular among Canadians as it provides an easy way to make beautiful designs with words and phrases.

The popularity of Wordle has been driven by its user-friendly interface, allowing users to quickly craft stunning visuals that can be shared across social media platforms. In addition, its wide range of options, including colour combinations, font sizes and shapes, make it a convenient choice for designers looking for creative freedom.

Its shareable nature also makes it suitable for educators who wish to engage their students in interactive activities such as creating word clouds from research topics or class discussions.


Top Canadian News Search Trends:

  1. Ukraine
  2. Rogers outage
  3. Monkeypox
  4. Lisa LaFlamme
  5. CNE
  6. U.S. Midterm Elections
  7. Saskatchewan stabbings
  8. World Cup 2022
  9. Oscars 2022
  10. Freedom Convoy 2022

Canadians not only turned to Google to find out what games and current events were trending, they likewise sought to understand Why?



  1. Why is Russia attacking Ukraine?
  2. Why is Rogers down?
  3. Why did Will slap, Chris?
  4. Why is Ukraine not in NATO?
  5. Why is there a formula shortage?
  6. Why is gas so expensive right now?
  7. Why are truckers protesting?
  8. Why is there a Tylenol shortage?
  9. Why is cryptocurrency going down?
  10. Why did Liz Truss resign?


Canadain also asked Google, “How.”

How to…

  1. How to watch the World Cup
  2. How to do a rapid COVID test?
  3. How to help Ukraine?
  4. How to get a vaccine QR code?
  5. How to create an NFT?
  6. How to pronounce Kyiv?
  7. How to evolve Charcadet?
  8. How to “respec” in Elden Ring?
  9. How to evolve Cosmog in Pokémon Go?
  10. How to pronounce Qatar?


Canadians were also heavily into TV and pop culture. From the Will Smith Oscars slap to the Johnny Depp defamation trial, here were the top celebrities, movies and shows of the year:

Top Celebrities

  1. Johnny Depp
  2. Will Smith
  3. Amber Heard
  4. Chris Rock
  5. Adam Levine
  6. King Charles
  7. Jada Pinkett Smith
  8. Julia Fox
  9. Bruce Willis
  10. Mary J. Blige


Top Movies

  1. Encanto
  2. Top Gun
  3. The Batman
  4. Thor: Love and Thunder
  5. Turning Red
  6. Black Adam
  7. Everything Everywhere All at Once
  8. Morbius
  9. Uncharted
  10. Don’t worry, Darling


Top TV Series

  1. Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
  2. Euphoria
  3. Stranger Things
  4. Inventing Anna
  5. The Watcher
  6. House of the Dragon
  7. Moon Knight
  8. Yellowstone
  9. The Boys
  10. The Summer I Turned Pretty


February was also jam-packed with sporting events like the Winter Olympics and the FIFA World Cup.


Top Sports Searches

  1. World Cup
  2. Olympic medal count
  3. Calgary Flames
  4. Olympics
  5. CFL scores
  6. T20 World Cup 2022
  7. Asia Cup 2022
  8. Canada Soccer
  9. Golden State Warriors
  10. Indian Wells tennis


Top Athletes

  1. Guy Lafleur
  2. Novak Djokovic
  3. Antonio Brown
  4. Serena Williams
  5. Eileen Gu
  6. Kamila Valieva
  7. Felix Auger Aliassime
  8. Mitchell Miller
  9. Johnny Gaudreau
  10. Kirby Dach


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