Top 100 Canadian political blogs

Here’s a sort of ‘top 100′ list for the Canadian political blogs which I compiled for fun (I know, I’m at work right now and I’m bored and I have a really distorted sense of ‘fun’). Actually, the idea wasn’t really mine, I stole the idea from a post that Greg from democraticspace.com did back in 2006 and I decided to expand it to a top 100 list, take out the now defunct sites, and update the rest.

Just a few caveats to keep in mind when going over this list. First, about one third of all blogspot blogs that I entered into alexa.com‘s traffic analysis generated no data. For some reason though, all other blog hosts such as wordpress (and all people who host their own blog) seemed to register just fine. So, if you don’t show up on the list, don’t take it personally, it’s possible that alexa just doesn’t have data on you. Second, I believe that the traffic ranking at Alexa is based on the past 4 months or so, so if you’ve been taking the summer off (as I believe Rick Mercer has) then your traffic rank will probably reflect that more than your normal traffic flow. Third, this isn’t an exhaustive list. What I’ve done is taken Greg’s list, deleted all the blogs which no longer exist, and then simply went down the list of blogs at Bound By Gravity, starting at the top, until I filled in enough empty slots to equal 100.

If I’ve left out some blogs that generate data on Alexa.com (and are, say, under the 7,000,000 mark) and you’d like them included in the list, feel free to comment below with the Alexa url of the blog traffic overview and I’ll add it as soon as I get a chance.

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Canadian Political Blogger rank. Site name (& url) / site’s global Alexa ranking

  1. Paul Wells / 70,893
  2. Small Dead Animals /133,987
  3. Matthew Good /187,454
  4. Le Blogue du Québec / 210,363 (blogue francophone)
  5. The Politic / 274,126
  6. Progressive Bloggers / 283,480
  7. Steve Janke / 318,783
  8. Antonia Zerbisias / 324,154
  9. Garth Turner / 356,627
  10. Blogs Canada / 378,886
  11. Blogging Tories / 396,832
  12. Damian Penny / 455,529
  13. Vues d’ici / 460,543
  14. Vive le Canada / 461,727
  15. Amériquébec / 469,643 (blogue francophone)
  16. Emotion Creator / 484,553
  17. Andrew Coyne / 551,817
  18. Warren Kinsella / 593,125
  19. CalgaryGrit / 614,119
  20. Western Standard / 664,824
  21. Ken Chapman / 683,125
  22. Samantha Burns / 732,689
  23. Gen X at 40 / 735,226
  24. Werner Patels / 738,070
  25. Joseph Facal / 821,472 (blogue francophone)
  26. Montreal Simon / 840,565
  27. Stephen Taylor / 850,234
  28. Colby Cosh / 889,912
  29. Paulitics: Paul’s Socialist Investigations / 911,369
  30. Bound by Gravity / 912,488
  31. Dust my Broom / 939,419
  32. Abandoned Stuff / 949,762
  33. Scott’s DiaTribes / 954,036
  34. Canadian Cynic / 1,013,469
  35. David Akin / 1,070,642
  36. James Bow / 1,104,491
  37. Getting it Right / 1,113,156
  38. Girl on the Right / 1,166,381
  39. Red Tory / 1,175,715
  40. Far and Wide / 1,360,164
  41. Rick Mercer / 1,372,926
  42. April Reign / 1,387,411
  43. Prairie Wrangler / 1,440,822
  44. The Galloping Beaver / 1,455,318
  45. La Revue Gauche / 1,486,069
  46. Jordon Cooper / 1,518,839
  47. Canadian Cerberus / 1,553,403
  48. Buckdog / 1,591,003
  49. Big Blue Wave / 1,715,540
  50. Daveberta / 1,762,705
  51. The Blog Quebecois / 1,772,550
  52. Liblogs.ca / 1,870,127
  53. Jason Cherniak / 1,929,394
  54. Big City Lib / 1,960,969
  55. Larry Borsato / 2,065,636
  56. Section 15 / 2,065,958
  57. The Monarchist / 2,066,261
  58. The London Fog / 2,067,851
  59. Jay Currie / 2,190,102
  60. Stageleft / 2,238,667
  61. Green Bloggers (Canada) / 2,252,729
  62. democraticSPACE.com / 2,391,081
  63. Quebec Politique / 2,575,012 (blogue francophone)
  64. Un homme en colère / 2,653,297 (blogue francophone)
  65. Urban Refugee / 2,661,034
  66. Accidental Deliberations / 2,717,441
  67. Devin Johnston.ca / 2,718,187
  68. Idealistic Pragmatist / 2,725,501
  69. My Blahg / 2,800,670
  70. Uncorrected Proofs / 2,891,152
  71. Adam Daifallah / 3,018,846
  72. Political Staples / 3,222,345
  73. Marginalized Action Dinosaur / 3,302,191
  74. Rootleweb / 3,327,246
  75. Dr. Roy’s Thoughts / 3,622,245
  76. The Vanity Press / 3,622,958
  77. Crawl Across the Ocean / 3,625,835
  78. JimBobbySez / 3,632,287
  79. Bill Doskoch / 3,637,532
  80. Verbena-19 / 3,672,713
  81. The Spirit of Man / 3,787,343
  82. Cathie from Canada / 3,789,273
  83. Peace, Order and Good Government, eh? / 3,794,370
  84. Odd Thoughts / 3,796,069
  85. Canadiana’s Place / 4,020,291
  86. Unrepentant Old Hippie / 4,284,573
  87. A BCer in TO / 4,802,829
  88. Dawg’s Blawg / 4,817,302
  89. Red Jenny / 4,838,538
  90. East-End Underground / 4,874,982
  91. The Cylinder / 5,185,136
  92. Maxwell’s House / 5,533,134
  93. WingNuterer / 5,563,968
  94. Woman at Mile 0 / 5,610,425
  95. Begin Each Day… / 5,623,330
  96. HarperBizarro / 5,626,895
  97. Liberal Catnip / 5,776,892
  98. Antagoniste / 5,797,151 (blogue francophone)
  99. Blogging Dippers / 6,135,616
  100. Fuddle-Duddle / 6,238,129
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132 Responses to “Top 100 Canadian political blogs”


  1. 1 Damian 15 August, 2007 at 4:48 pm

    Thanks for the link, but The Torch isn’t a political blog, it’s a milblog that focuses on the Canadian Forces. Your call as to whether or not to include us, I guess.

    Also, I’m familiar with many of these blogs, and I have to say these traffic rankings look out of whack to me. For example, much as I prefer reading Gnotalex at The Blog Quebecois, his site should not rank above Cherniak’s if we’re looking solely at traffic (Jason’s traffic in his worst month this year was five times Gnotalex’s best). Check the publicly accessible Sitemeter stats at a lot of these blogs, and you’ll find many of them are out of their proper order on this list.

  2. 2 paulitics 15 August, 2007 at 4:53 pm

    Damian – that’s what I was thinking too, but then I looked at the Alexa ranking for my blog and it captures all of the spikes and digg effects I’ve experienced accurately, so I figured it can’t be THAT far off the mark. I too was shocked to see Jason’s traffic down so low as well, but I just figured that he’s been taking it easy for the most part this summer. Has he been posting a lot lately?

    As for The Torch thing, I actually haven’t ever visited it, so I just picked it because it was ranked high on Bound by Gravity. Maybe once people start submitting new blog sites that register on Alexa, I’ll take it down. But in the meantime, I’m going to keep it on just so that the list stays at 100.

  3. 3 leftdog 15 August, 2007 at 6:37 pm

    Thanks for taking the time to do this. It is actually a great reference worth bookmarking. Again, thanks for taking the time to do this.

  4. 4 April Reign 15 August, 2007 at 6:59 pm

    Hey Paul would you contact me please?

  5. 6 Darcey 15 August, 2007 at 10:22 pm

    Cool stuff dude – thanks for the effort

  6. 7 gnotalex 15 August, 2007 at 11:33 pm

    I, too, found my ranking ahead of Cherniak and others somewhat startling.

    Not that I

  7. 8 gnotalex 15 August, 2007 at 11:35 pm

    . . . would accidentally hit the Enter button or something before I’d sufficiently composed a reply. :)

  8. 9 rob 16 August, 2007 at 12:17 am

    I remember checking those rankings out when they were first posted. Wells probably is the most popular blogger, but his ranking was actually a reflection of the macleans.ca site as a whole.

    My stupid blogspot one didn’t show up, so maybe I’m just bitter. ;-)

  9. 10 saskboy 16 August, 2007 at 12:29 am

    Thanks for the blogornography ;-)

    Take that 28 of mine, Scott Tribe at 29 :-P

    Oh, wait, he owns ProgBlogs too. Never mind :-O :-D

  10. 11 Road Hammer 16 August, 2007 at 6:16 am

    No blogrolls, just a redneck intellectual calling it how he sees it … http://www.roadhammer.blogspot.com

  11. 12 Jason Cherniak 16 August, 2007 at 9:27 am

    I don’t see how this can be right with the Zerb at the top having not posted for 8 months. Do you really believe that Werner Patels has more reach than Stephen Taylor? I would have to say that this has convinced me Alexa ratings don’t really mean much.

  12. 13 paulitics 16 August, 2007 at 9:29 am

    Somehow I totally expected exactly that response from Jason. Why am I not surprised?

    It just reminds me of how every poll that’s released that shows the Liberals down “doesn’t mean anything” and every one which shows the Liberals up is right on the money.

  13. 14 dinosaur 16 August, 2007 at 9:38 am

    I figure this should have put me at #70

    http://www.alexa.com/data/details/traffic_details?url=marginalizedactiondinosaur.net

    Traffic Rank for marginalizedactiondinosaur.net: 3,302,191

    1 wk. Avg.
    843,475

    I think I live in Canada. I always wondered if Winnipeg was up to something while I wasn’t paying attention.

    Plus like Rob says Well’s high ranking is erroneous, I plugged alexa re Mark Steyn at Macleans and got the exact same result. So me looking at Steyns high prose bumps up this Wells character? That’s kind of funny, if cheating.

    Thus either “Macleans.ca” Steyn et al is first or SDA is but not “Paul Wells.”

  14. 16 paulitics 16 August, 2007 at 9:55 am

    Dinosaur – I’ve added you to the ranking. Since you were the first to submit your site, I removed The Torch from the list (because it’s a blog for the Canadian military). Because of me removing The Torch from the list, you’re now at 69.

  15. 17 Red Jenny 16 August, 2007 at 10:27 am

    Having been in the business, I can tell you that Alexa rankings are pretty unreliable. This has to do with the voluntary nature of installing the Alexa toolbar (that’s how they derive their data). It’s sort of like if the Neilsons let people volunteer to have one of those tv boxes. The data would likely be a bit skewed.

    Having said that, this was a fun exercise, and it gave me a whole list of new blogs to read. I’m contemplating making a cool badge that says: “I’m the Eighty-Second most popular Canadian political blog” :D

  16. 18 dinosaur 16 August, 2007 at 10:42 am

    :)

    Tnx, that was fast.

  17. 19 SUZANNE 16 August, 2007 at 10:57 am

    Where’s Relapsed Catholic? She gets 5 times the traffic I get.

    I’m very surprised at some of the blogs that I beat. Jason Cherniak? Come on, he gets way more traffic than I do. He gets 800 on a bad day, on a good day I get about 300 (unless SDA links, then I get 500-1000).

    Just doesn’t seem right.

  18. 20 Ruth 16 August, 2007 at 11:07 am

    Since I am a shameless self-promoter, according to Alexa, the traffic rank for
    rootleweb.blogspot.com: 3,327,246
    I’d probably be doing a lot better if I had more time to blog. Oh well.

  19. 22 Paul Wells 16 August, 2007 at 11:13 am

    Dinosaur seems to have a point. I’d hate to take credit for Steyn’s readers — or, increasingly, Andrew Potter’s or Kady O’Malley’s. Still, it was kinda nice to see my name up there, methodology be damned.

  20. 23 paulitics 16 August, 2007 at 11:28 am

    SUZANNE – I agree, the methodology is far from perfect, but keep in mind that most of these stats are based on the summer and maybe Jason has just been taking the summer off or relaxing more than usual.

    Also, the Alexa ranking isn’t entirely based on viewership. ‘Hits per day’ is only one of the factors that Alexa uses.

  21. 24 Jason Cherniak 16 August, 2007 at 11:58 am

    I have not been taking a break. I’m posting almost every day and I’m still getting an average of 1000 hits a day according to sitemeter.

    I’m amazed that I can’t even say the same thing as a number of other people without getting accused of being unreasonable.

    Finally, take a look at my comments on polls since the convention. I think you will find that I have not written what you think I have written.

  22. 25 Paul Wells 16 August, 2007 at 1:00 pm

    I, on the other hand, have had no idea what my traffic is for the last year or so. I’d be amazed if it’s as high as it was during my Obsessive About Paul Martin phase.

  23. 26 paulitics 16 August, 2007 at 2:04 pm

    Ruth – your site’s now listed at #70 of the top 100.

  24. 27 QuébecPolitique.com 16 August, 2007 at 3:02 pm

    Interesting, but are we really the only French-speaking political bloggers who generate enough traffic to be on your top 100? We know that few French blogs are listed on the Canadian Blog Exchange, so maybe you should check on Quebec blog directories such as Tout le monde en blogue ( http://www.toutlemondeenblogue.com/index.aspx?c=10) to make sure that no one is missing. You can also check on our blogroll for more political blogs from Quebec.

  25. 29 paulitics 16 August, 2007 at 3:19 pm

    QuébecPolitique.com – You raise a very good and important point. I’m absolutey certain that there are fracophone bloggers who have a high enough reach on Alexa to be counted in this top 100 list.

    Sadly, since my French is not the best in the world, I will only be able to do some searching around on my own, but if you could help me out by giving me the urls of some of what you think are the most popular francophone blogs in Quebec, I’d be more than happy to include them.

    I would greatly appreciate anybody else’s assistance on this matter as well.

  26. 30 QuébecPolitique.com 16 August, 2007 at 10:21 pm

    You have already added most of the blogs that we have found. However, there are two more blogs that you can add:

    Amériquébec (http://www.ameriquebec.net/, RK: 469,643)
    Antagoniste (http://www.antagoniste.net/, RK: 5,797,151)

    There are other french-written political blogs that, in our view, would probably reach the top 100 if they were properly indexed on Alexa. They are related to the “blogspot problem” that you mention on your post. Strangely, we also have two similar cases with wordpress.

  27. 31 Mario Asselin 16 August, 2007 at 10:49 pm

    I can give you this one where a politicien and ex minister blog as well: Joseph Facal.
    URL : http://www.josephfacal.org/blogue/
    Alexa trafic rank : 821,472… put him around 23th place…

  28. 32 saskboy 17 August, 2007 at 12:27 am

    I’m so high on the list because I get hits from tech savvy users, who either use Alexa, or ones who unknowingly use it, I’d suppose. My Technorati authority tumbled the last few months as I posted less, and my hit count per day hovers around 300 unique visitors, which is of course much less than many, and much more than most blogs. So while I doubt I place 28 in reality, saying top 100 for any one in the top 80 of the list is probably a fair guess.

    Anyway, it’s an interesting bit of blog navel gazing.

  29. 33 paulitics 17 August, 2007 at 8:56 am

    I would have to agree with you on both counts Saskboy. That’s also probably the reason why I’ve ranked so high as well. I’m certain if it were just pure hit counts, I’d be much, much lower.

  30. 34 andrew potter 17 August, 2007 at 5:32 pm

    Yeah, unfortunately, Wells, Steyn, Kady, me, and every other blogger at maclean’s has the same ranking. But what a ranking!!

    But while we’re on the topic, has anyone news of Andrew Coyne? Did he get lost during the annual Coyne/Asper race around Lake of the Woods?

  31. 35 Ken Chapman 17 August, 2007 at 10:25 pm

    I agree – thx for the effort. At the risk of being accused of unbridled hubris – and why not, I am a recovering lawyer…my site is Alexa ranked at 683125 and been Bloggins since late July 2006. Give me a visit for political and ocil commentary on Alberta and Canada…and the difficult relationship they ofen have. Here is the URL

    http://www.ken-chapman.blogspot.com

  32. 36 Spinks 19 August, 2007 at 3:01 pm

    It won’t last as it has a shelf life but here’s the one for 101 people who are screwing up Canada. Seems to be around the 70th range.

    http://alexa.com/search?q=101people.blogspot.com&x=25&y=14

  33. 37 paulitics 19 August, 2007 at 3:31 pm

    Spinks – your blog is not a traditional blog as I see it, but rather a very drawn out singular project which just happens to be hosted by blogspot.

    If it were merely “people who are screwing up Canada” and that was the animating theme you explored in a traditional, ongoing blog, it would definitely merit inclusion. But, in my opinion, merely because you’ve drawn out what is essentially one very long post, does not a blog make.

    Thus, I’m going to have to decline to include this blog at this time, but if you have another, traditional blog, just send me the Alexa link and I’ll be happy to include it, no questions asked.

  34. 38 Woman At Mile 0 19 August, 2007 at 5:05 pm

    Hmm that is my old site address too. I still get about 30-40 hits a day to it though. I moved to http://www.womanatmile0.amfresh.ca/ in July.

  35. 39 Spinks 19 August, 2007 at 5:11 pm

    It is different but points are brought up, opinion is made, comments are made by other bloggers from across the country (almost all political) and discussion is had. So while I will agree it is different, it is indeed a blog even if the subject matterm format and style is non-traditional. Blogging by its essence is meant to be different based on the individual and as a counter to the MSM. owever this is your blog and that choice is yours. Thanks for considering it for inclusion. Cheers.

  36. 40 paulitics 19 August, 2007 at 5:31 pm

    Woman At Mile 0 – Sorry about that. I’ll change that right away. Right now, your Alexa ranking for your new site is lower than your old site but that’s probably just because you haven’t had the time to accumulate lots of incoming links at your new site as opposed to what you’d accumulated at your old one.

  37. 41 Woman At Mile 0 19 August, 2007 at 6:03 pm

    Thanks for the update paulitics I knew that would happen with the switch. Plus I still have bloggers out there that have links to me but they are still to my old site. Heck I still have posts that have links to my old site in them. Takes a long time to change everything. It has picked up really well now though so I can’t complain. I’m cruising again.

  38. 42 Woman At Mile 0 19 August, 2007 at 6:54 pm

    well the 72 was nicer but the 93 more accurate : )) thanks paulitics.

  39. 43 Neil McKenty 22 August, 2007 at 8:24 am

    Great list of blogs.

    How do I get myself listed?

    neilmckenty.wordpress.com

  40. 44 paulitics 22 August, 2007 at 8:57 am

    Neil, the problem with the way I’ve done the top 100 blogs at Alexa is that most of the time you have to register with them before they’ll generate data on your site. It doesn’t cost anything.

    Your Alexa overview is here:

    http://www.alexa.com/data/details/main?q=neilmckenty.wordpress.com&url=neilmckenty.wordpress.com/

  41. 45 Darcey 22 August, 2007 at 11:39 pm

    Paul see this if your interested:

    http://www.dustmybroom.com/?p=1048

    Back in 05 I tested a formula.

  42. 46 Dr.Dawg 27 August, 2007 at 11:41 am

    Not that I’m that concerned, but my Alexa traffic rank is 4,817,302, and TTLB ranks me well into the Adorable Rodent rankings. Or does my blog not count as “political?”

  43. 47 paulitics 27 August, 2007 at 12:28 pm

    Dawg – Of course your blog is very political. You shouldn’t take offense or anything, your blog just wasn’t included because you weren’t on Greg’s initial list nor were you within the top x number of blogs at Bound By Gravity — which, along with comments from bloggers who commented in this section and a French blog listing site, were the the only resources I used to fill this list.

    I’ve now included you on the list. You rank at #88.

    Cheers.

    Paul

  44. 48 Dr.Dawg 27 August, 2007 at 7:54 pm

    Thank, you, Paul…I really wasn’t offended at all, honest–just curious. What do the Alexa numbers mean, exactly?

  45. 49 paulitics 27 August, 2007 at 8:09 pm

    It’s your global ranking that Alexa calculates. For instance, Google’s Alexa ranking is #1.

  46. 50 Trevor 2 September, 2007 at 2:28 am

    What a great list, thanks for creating it! I noticed you have other blog groups or aggregators on the list, so I was wondering if you might add the newish http://www.bloggingcanadians.ca to the list. It would currently be 61st on the list.

    I also want to invite any Canadian political bloggers that haven’t joined Blogging Canadians to come check it out!

  47. 51 Sean 30 September, 2007 at 11:56 am

    Speaking as the Urban Refugee who came in at #65, I’m curious as to how my blog (now defunct) came to be listed as a political blog? It was anything but. There was the occasional bit of politicial snark, but the blog itself mainly dealt with rural living and photography. True, I used to run part of a popular political blog (PolSpy, also defunct), but I haven’t concentrated on politicial blogging for almost three years now.

  48. 52 Saskboy1 30 September, 2007 at 12:25 pm

    I probably know why Sean. Your blog ended up in an earlier list that Paul drew names from.

  49. 53 Dr.Dawg 2 October, 2007 at 7:39 am

    My Alexa ranking is, as of today, 1,840,095. Just so we all keep current. : )

  50. 54 jessicadoyle 31 October, 2007 at 9:34 pm

    At the time when you posted this top 100 list I was on a small hiatus from blogging. I’m back and just wanted to say thank you for including me. :)

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