Posts Tagged ‘blog’

Winning Bloggers now in the Papers

Posted: March 4, 2008 by John Klein in results
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Some newspapers have taken notice in the bloggers who cleaned up at the Canadian Blog Awards 2007 edition. Aside from the Windsor Star the other week, The Guelph Mercury and two Argentinian papers have had stories featuring the hometown online winners.

Live from Waterloo’s inspiring Best Blog Post Series about how his family came to Canada, got added exposure in South America.

Danielle Takacs’ blog won for Best New Blog, and it made the front page of the paper. Yes indeed, blogs are just that important 😉


F-Word Blog Awards Announce Winners

Posted: February 25, 2008 by John Klein in results
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The results are in for a different blog awards in Canada, this one by, and for, feminist bloggers. Congratulations on an interesting, cheeky, and successful awards highlighting Canada’s bloggers committed to feminism.

Windsor blogs take Canada by storm

Posted: February 21, 2008 by John Klein in discussion
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One of the standout regions from the 2007 Canadian Blog Awards was the Windsor area. The Windsor Star wrote about the award winning blogs from the region.

Michael’s English Usage


Scale Down, Windsor

International Metropolis

Maple Syrup And Poutine

It’s worth stopping by Windsor’s blog aggregator as well.

Best Group Blog of 2007

Posted: February 7, 2008 by John Klein in results
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As selected by Canadian Blog Award voters, here are the rankings for:

Best Group Blog

Presenting the award is Graeme Stewart, who had a frog edited into his throat in the following video:

1. DeSmogBlog

best group

2. Canadian Deals Blog


3. Food Court Lunch


4. Peace, Order and Good Government, eh?

5. StageLeft



This is Food Court Lunch‘s first appearance in the Canadian Blog Awards. They made a gutsy (and foul mouthed) showing, and despite using kidnapping, extortion, murder, and bike destruction to sway voters, their strategy only earned 3rd place. Better luck next year dudes. They graciously(?) provided an acceptance speech for finishing in 3rd.

CBA Stats moment:

There were 389 votes in this category for Round 2.

Not a single Group blog in Round 2 finished in the same position as they held at the end of Round 1 voting. 282 votes were cast in Round 1.