Saanich Peninsula Chamber hosts Crystal Awards for business

The best in local business will be recognized at the annual Crystal Awards this Thursday, Oct. 22 at Butchart Gardens.

SIDNEY — The best in local business will be recognized at the annual Crystal Awards this Thursday, Oct. 22 at Butchart Gardens.

Sponsored by the Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, the Crystal Awards are handed out each year to businesses — large and small — in categories such as Green Business of the Year, Employer of the Year, New Business of the Year — as well as the coveted Business of the Year for organizations from one to 15 employees and those with 16-plus employees.

The awards ceremony takes place at the Butchart Gardens’ Blue Poppy Restaurant and will be emceed by Adam Olsen. Guest speaker is Williams Collins of Quester Tangent, a leading manufacturer of train electronics in Central Saanich.

For awards results, pick up a copy of next week’s Peninsula News Review.

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