Here are some of the blogs I follow on a daily basis, in no particular order. I thought that you would enjoy them, also -
This is the blog of John D. Reid, and he posts on a regular basis. This may be of interest to those searching their Anglo-Celtic as well as Canadian ancestors.
Saskatchewan Genealogical Society
This blog is from the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society, and they talk about Canadian and Anglo-Celtic sources.
Alberta Family Histories Society Blog
This is the blog of the Alberta Family History Society. They post about genealogy happenings in Canada.
CanadaGenealogy, or, 'Jane's Your Aunt'
This is M. Diane Rogers' blog. In addition to her own family, she blogs about news in British Columbia, and of her own experiences as a graveyard rabbit.
Olive Tree Genealogy Blog
This blog by Lorine McGinnis Schulze has a plethora of primary resources transcribed online. This is especially true of passenger lists that no one else seems to have.
Janet the Researcher
Janet Iles has a very interesting blog, and always writes about ancestors from a researcher's point of view.
Librarians Helping Canadian Genealogists Climb Family Trees
This is a blog by Elise C. Cole, and she write about genealogy from the librarian's point of view.
Brenda Dougall Merriman
A blog written by a fellow member of APG, she often writes about my home province (Nova Scotia) in her postings.
Ontario Genealogical Society (OGS) Blog
The official blog of the Canada's largest genealogical society, they post all the news about the OGS.
Finally, please allow me to wish you and yours a Happy New Year, and the best for 2011!
Thank you for following MY blog (Genealogy Canada). I hope you've enjoyed it!