There's no question I could read all these books, but that wouldn't leave much space for other things, and that approach is too extreme (and thus un-Canadian). Still, I'll be aiming for about 25 from this list (update -- now it looks like it will only be 21). I think for the duration of the challenge I'll track them in both places, but then close down this list in July 2017.
Mavis Gallant Home Truths
Findley Dinner Along the Amazon
Bissoondath Digging Up the Mountains
Skvorecky Miss Silver's Past
Russell Smith Muriella Pent
Bissoondath A Casual Brutality
Munro Friend of My Youth
Atwood Moral Disorder
Laurence The Tomorrow-Tamer (short stories set in Africa - much different from her other work)
Ross The Lamp at Noon and Other Stories
Mordecai Richler The Street
Miriam Toews A Complicated Kindness
Guy Vanderhaeghe Homesick
Richler The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz
Bissoondath Doing the Heart Good
* Davies The Salterton Trilogy
Findley The Piano Man's Daughter
Skvorecky Dvorak in Love
Ringuet Thirty Acres
Atwood's dystopian trilogy (Oryx and Crake, The Year of the Flood, MaddAddam)
It's not that likely I will get all the way to Oryx and Crake and the others by next June, so I will roll them over to the 11th Challenge, assuming someone picks up the baton from John. In Challenge 11, I would focus on Atwood, Margaret Laurence, Marie-Claire Blais and perhaps rereading some classic Carol Shield's novels (at least those I haven't reviewed previously).
Edit (7/1): I am seriously considering bumping Carol Shields up, and adding Unless (her final novel) to the top* of the list and The Stone Diaries (which would be a re-read) to the end. The rest could be carried over into the 11th Challenge.
* At least towards the top, though I would probably be better off reading it in the late fall, since it seems so autumnal. Maybe November?