Competition Heating Up For Canadian Blog Awards

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A huge thanks to everyone who’s voted for us so far in Canadian Blog Awards.

Voting is really ramping up and competition is really getting fierce, so if you haven’t had a chance to vote please do so right away.

And to all of our international fans who would like to vote, your votes count just the same.

It’s up to you, of course, who you think is deserving of your vote, but if you would like to vote for us (please), here are the categories:

Best Group Blog

Best Blogosphere Citizen

Cast your vote right away, voting closes on January 30th, and please send this along to your friends and family.

Thanks again!!

And a special thanks to our friends in the blogosphere who have also written about DeSmogBlog and the Canadian Blog Awards. 

They are:

Miss 604

Celsias

Climate Progress 

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