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Blogging a Real Job in Canada

Living in Canada, I find the recent news that a New Brunswick court has ruled that Blogging is a real career in Canada.

Via P2Pnet:

a New Brunswick court has recognized blogging as an occupation in a case involving an arrest for obstructing a police officer. The decision, R. v. LeBlanc, involved an arrest for obstructing a police officer.

The person charged is a well-known blogger who was covering a political demonstration for his blog.

I really enjoy this new fact, and while some make fun of the idea that by making blogging a job, it loses its appeal, I find it a validation of what I have been doing for over a year and a half.

I hope other countries are as progressive about accepting blogging as a career option.

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