Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Canadian Blog Awards - Round Two

Voting has begun for round two of the Canadian Blog Awards. This is a great opportunity to check the finalists, and possibly discover some new favs.

In any case, kudos to the organizers of this Awards event. At least they won't have to worry about a Writers' Strike!

12 comments:

Greg said...

OT Joanne, I heard on 570 on teh drive in this morning that a announcement is coming soon from a major European auto manufacturer regarding an investment in our (KW Cambridge) area. Have you heard anything?

Joanne (True Blue) said...

Nothing yet, Greg. That does sound encouraging though.

Kingston said...

Congrats Jo on making the top five

Joanne (True Blue) said...

Thanks so much Kingston, and thanks again for the nomination!

Kingston said...

PS. to Greg,, really, hmmmm, it would seem those corp cut taxes might just be the proper prescription to continue to grow the economy, what say you now Mr.Layton.

Greg said...

Mr. Layton thinks our economy would improve if we make the country less attractive for new businesses to invest in. Why is that 'progressives' think all progress stopped in 1867? (not Canada's Birthday, the first publication of Das Kapital by Karl Marx). And why does Jack remind me of Groucho Marx?

liberal supporter said...

Yes, congrats on being a finalist. Hope you win!
It's probably the only time I will vote for a conservative this year!

re corp tax cuts: If we could ensure we tax any money flowing out of corporations to natural people, then we could stop taxing corporations altogether. I'm only half kidding...

Joanne (True Blue) said...

It's probably the only time I will vote for a conservative this year!

Thanks, L.S. I appreciate that. I'm also glad you continue to challenge me. It keeps me on my toes. ;)

Möbius said...

You're one of my favourites.

On the Grit side, Calgary Grit is pretty good.

JCh has gone completely partisan/mental, so I can't vote for him. And he censors me. Innocuous me!

Joanne (True Blue) said...

You're one of my favourites.

Thanks. You're one of mine too. ;)

JCh?

Möbius said...

Sorry, the JCh is Jason Cherniak.

He's been assimilated by the dark side of Liberalism.

Nothing is wrong, if committed by Liberals.

Makes me less likely to ever vote Liberal again.

Joanne (True Blue) said...

Ah yes, Cherniak. I find him quite entertaining in some strange, eccentric way.