Best progressive Blog of 2007

Posted: February 6, 2008 by John Klein in results
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As selected by Canadian Blog Award voters, here are the rankings for:

Best progressive Blog

Presenting the award is Jack Layton, leader of the NDP.

1. Daveberta.ca

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2. Calgary Grit

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3. We Move To Canada

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4. Uncorrected Proofs

5 .Stageleft: Life On The [Lower] Left Side

Comments
  1. 4th place… how typically NDP. Congrats to the winners.

  2. L-girl says:

    Wow, I’m honoured. Thanks to the CBA crew for all your efforts. It’s a lot of fun and you did a great job.

    “4th place… how typically NDP.”
    🙂

  3. Scott Tribe says:

    Heh.. did the NDP ask the award presentation be removed Saskboy? It says the video is no longer available.

  4. Ryan says:

    Congrats Dave, but um…. can somebody tell me what’s so progressive about this blog? Is it Dave’s distaste for Stelmach’s conservatives? Is that all it takes to be considered “progressive” these days?

    I’m confused.

  5. saskboy says:

    Ryan, it’s pretty much a category for those bloggers who don’t identify with right of center ideologies, with some leeway for overlap for centrists. Imperfect, but it seems to do the trick usually.

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