Best Non-Partisan Blog of 2008

Posted: December 15, 2008 by John Klein in results

As selected by Canadian Blog Award voters, here are the rankings for:

Best Non-Partisan Blog

1. Nunc Scio 81    27.65%
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2. Inkless Wells 53    18.09%
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3. The Galloping Beaver 51    17.41%
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4. James Bow 46    15.7%
5. Stageleft:. life on the left side 37    12.63%
6. Unambiguously Ambidextrous 25    8.53%

Total votes 293

Voters seemed torn on this category, as there was a tie for 5th after the first round, and very nearly a 3 way tie for second in the final round of voting. Congratulations to all of the finalists.

And here’s a little tip; If you don’t know what “Nunc Scio” means, it’s blog author will be happy to tell you. If it weren’t for the plain-named (yet well loved) James Bow blog in this category, I think an argument could be made that a collection of the most creatively titled blogs in Canada finished atop this category.

Comments
  1. Congrats to Graeme, as he really is one of the best NP writers out there. I think James Bow is also great, and while Stageleft and Galloping Beaver are very leftwing, they certainly qualify as NP. Competing with Paul Wells, of course, is difficult since he’s a professional writer and also damned good. Damned, damned good.

    Thanks to those who voted for me and congrats to the winners. Sincerely.

  2. James Bow says:

    Congrats again, Nunc Scio!

  3. […] the second year in a row, Nunc Scio has won Best Non-Partisan Blog in the Canadian Blog Awards. To honour this achievement, here is Nunc Scio’s official anthem, […]

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