Something rare happened yesterday. Wednesdays are when the weekly Billboard Canadian country charts are posted online. Officially known as the Billboard Canada Country National Airplay chart, it lists the top 50 country songs across Canada, based on radio airplay. Yesterday, Tenille Townes scored her first #1 hit with “Somebody’s Daughter.” Congrats to Tenille and her team!

But in doing so, Tenille did something rare. The Canadian singer/songwriter replaced another Canadian act for the #1 spot! The sibling duo, The Reklaws, had been at the top of the chart the week before with “Feels Like That,” also their first #1. Since the chart began publishing in January of 2013, that’s only happened once before: when a Canadian artist replaced another Canadian artist for the coveted #1 spot.

Near the end of 2013, Gord Bamford became the first Canadian to score a #1 with “When Your Lips Are So Close.” The next week, he was replaced by another Canadian artist when Dean Brody’s “Bounty” moved into the #1 position, marking the first time a Canadian replaced another.

And for those keeping score, only 17 Canadian songs have reached #1 since the start of the chart, and Tenille becomes the 11th Canadian act to do so. Dallas Smith holds the record for the Canadian with the most #1’s…six. And every Canadian song, except two, has stayed at #1 for only just one week. Dallas’ “Wastin’ Gas” and High Valley’s only #1, “I Be U Be,” remained at the top for two weeks.