Best Blog of 2008

Posted: December 17, 2008 by Barbara in results
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As selected by Canadian Blog Award voters, here are the rankings for:

Best Blog

Presenting the award for Best Canadian Blog of 2008 are Santa Claus (actually CBA Operator Saskboy dressed up, believe it or not) and Dani’s friendly Tim Horton’s employee from Ottawa:

1. Yarn Harlot with 3144 votes (74.1%)

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2. Smart Canucks with 439 votes (10.35%)

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3. Attack of the Redneck Mommy with 264 votes (6.22%)

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4. Megfowler.com with 199 votes (4.69%)

5. Mike’s Bloggity Blog with 197 votes (4.64%)

Total votes: 4243

And for a second year in a row, a knitting blog reigns supreme in the Canadian Blog Awards! It’s hard to argue that it’s the right choice, knitters are people who carry needles! And apparently it’s hard to compete with their blogs too.

A hearty, “Well done!” to all of this year’s participants in the Canadian Blog Awards, and from everyone else running the CBAs this year including Raphael and Jonathan, NBC Dipper and other volunteers, have a happy 2009. See you next year!
~~Saskboy

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Comments
  1. Rachel says:

    It’s actually hard to argue it’s the right choice simply because it’s an extremely well written blog that has drawn a large, global audience. You don’t generate this kind of support without having something great to offer.

  2. Blue Menu says:

    I’m not surprised that a knitting blog won. After all, it’s not hard to imagine its readership sitting at home all day with plenty of time to write in with votes. Unlike our sports readership, who are primarily unemployed single men who surf the web in their parents’ basement…. Uhh, I was going somewhere with this, wasn’t I?

  3. Stephanie says:

    Well how about that. I’m tickled.

  4. L-girl says:

    Congratulations to Yarn Harlot, Smart Canucks and Redneck Mommy!

  5. alfalfacats of Clarion PA USA says:

    An intelligent, witty, REAL person who welcomes us into her unpredictable and {through
    her retelling of her take on life} exceptionally entertaining daily circumstances – the Yarn Harlot gives us all something to take to heart

  6. Gillian says:

    And knitting isn’t all we do!
    The Harlot is popular and well known even Down Under in Australia where I knit. Her way with words makes every little incident in her life a snorting guffaw. She even coins new words that are listed in the New York Times!

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  8. Looks like I found this site too late. Congrats to the winners and lets gets the best of 09 underway :)

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