The LIKE award is granted by lokol to members who make unique contributions to the success of the goCapeBreton.com community. lokol is the company behind goCapeBreton.com.
You are automatically eligible to win the LIKE award by posting content on goCapeBreton.com. There is no application form and it does not matter what type of content you post.
Post anything and you are also eligible to win Amazon Gift Cards of $10 , $20 , or more!
LIKE Award winners are chosen if their content is deemed to be unique in one or more of the following ways:
- Unique writing
- Lots of engagement (views, likes, dislikes, comments)
- Results (big sales)
Amazon Gift Card winners do not have the above requirements — post anything and you could win!
Winners are selected every few weeks by the team at lokol, but there is no set schedule or limit to how many winners are chosen.
Chris Bellemore is our LIKE Award winner for December 2019. Chris has been a frequent contributor to goCapeBreton.com, and his posts are always thoughtful and engaging. His recent post about life in a small town, volunteerism, and shared heritage highlights the importance of community engagement. Congrats, Chris!
Christina Joe is our LIKE Award winner for February 2017. Christina regularly shares videos and photos of real events in our community as they occur. Footage she shot recently during an extreme weather event will soon appear in a documentary film airing nationally. Congrats, Christina!
Dan (aka Dr. Strangejob) is our LIKE Award winner for March 2016. Through his alter ego, Dan regularly opines on workplace culture, corporate accountability, and municipal politics. Congrats, Dan!
Mary is our first LIKE Award winner of 2016 for her thoughtful, well written articles. Thanks for contributing to meaningful local discussions, and congrats Mary.
For his many tech startup posts and political commentary, Christian Murphy is the December 2015 recipient of the goCapeBreton.com Like Award. Congrats Christian.
Tera Camus is our latest LIKE Award winner thanks to her article protesting the CBRM's proposed change to the Santa Clause Parade route which excluded Whitney Pier. Tera's story went viral, generated lots of comments, and may have influenced the CBRM to reverse its decision. Way to go, Tera!
Scott and Whitney Fawn have written a series of posts entitled Gravespotting, in which they document in words and pictures some of Cape Breton's most interesting and scenic final resting places. Congrats to both on winning the Like Award!
Rory Andrews is our first unnofficial winner because he works at lokol, but his original articles have garnered so much attention that he is most deserved of this award. Thanks and congratulations Rory!
Joe Ward was an early adopter of goCapeBreton.com, offering suggestions for improvement, contributing to online discussions, and he used his social networks to promote content on goCapeBreton.com. Thanks and congratulations Joe!
Amazon Gift Card Winners
For sharing his nature videos on goCapeBreton.com.
John A. Ardelli
For his continued YouTube series "Podium HD."