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Weekend Box Office


1. 300: Rise Of an Empire, $45 million

2. Mr. Peabody and Sherman, $32.2 million

3. Non-Stop, $15.8 million

4. The Lego Movie, $10.9 million

5. Son of God, $10.4 million

6. Monuments Men, $3.1 million

7. 3 Days To Kill, $3 million

8. Frozen, $2.9 million

9. 12 Years A Slave, $2.1 million

10. Ride Along, $2.0 million


— Rentrak, week ending March 9


iTunes Canada albums


1. Girl, Pharrell Williams

2. Serge Fiori, Serge Fiori

3. Ghost Stories, Coldplay

4. Mastermind, Rick Ross

5. Louder, Lea Michele

6. Frozen Soundtrack, Various Artists

7. Morning Phase, Beck

8. Pure Heroine, Lorde

9. Oh, What a Life, American Authors

10. Oxymoron, Schoolboy Q


— iTunes, week ending March 9


CKUW albums


1. Do Not Engage, The Pack A.D.

2. Prairieography, Del Barber

3. The Big Z, Hey Pilgrim

4. Lover or a Psycho, Martin R. Howell

5. Troubled Heart EP, Naysa

6. Inside Outside, Amber Epp

7. Rock Lake (III), Rock Lake

8. We’ve Got To, Sweet Alibi

9. Punkoustic, Greg Rekus

10. The Mariachi Ghost, Marachi Ghost

— CKUW 95.9 FM, week ending March 9

UMFM Roots & Blues albums


1. Prairieography, Del Barber

2. I Never Sang Before I Met You, Old Man Luedecke

3. Girl with Grit, Lindsay May

4. Taller Than the Trees, Kevin Roy

5. Tornado, Joe Nolan

6. Russian Dolls, Mark Berube

7. Darkest Hours, Fox & the Bird

8. Everything Will Happen, The Fugitives

9. Young Waverer, Lindy Vopnfjord

10. The Lights from the Chemical Plant, Robert Ellis

— UMFM 101.5 FM, week ending March 10

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