TORONTO -- The Ontario government says the province's new parents have been sticking with tradition when naming their new babies.

For the fifth year in a row, ServiceOntario says Olivia is the most popular baby name in the province.

Emma came second, with Liam in third place as the most popular traditional boy's name on the list.

Other entries in the top 10 included Benjamin, Noah, Lucas, Ethan and Ava.

The government says Charlotte and Henry are both gaining popularity, identifying them as the fastest-rising baby names in the province.

It says pop culture inspired some of the less common name choices, with some parents opting to name their kids Khaleesi after a popular character on the TV show "Game of Thrones."