Tell us your favourite places and things to do on the Saanich Peninsula

Deadline to complete the 12th annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey online is June 4

The Peninsula News Review wants to know your favourite shops, places and people on the Saanich Peninsula.

It’s the 2017 — and our 12th annual — Readers’ Choice Awards contest — and our survey is online now. The deadline is June 4.

Go to our web site and click on the on the story on the main page. That will take you to our 2017 Readers’ Choice survey. As will clicking on the link included in this story.

For the 12th year, the News Review is asking you, our readers, to tell us your favourite shops, music venues and who you think are among the top professionals on the Peninsula — that’s north of Sayward Road: Central Saanich, North Saanich and Sidney.

Each year, we compile your picks for the best in a variety of local services and publish a list of the top vote-getters on the Peninsula. Then, we hold a special evening for the top three picked in a variety of categories. The list of some of the best the Saanich Peninsula has to offer is then published online and in print.

Complete the survey today — if you complete a minimum of 30 questions, you will be entered in our draw for one of two Thrifty Foods gift cards, valued at $250 each. Remember, the deadline to enter and to complete the survey is June 4.

Help us celebrate the choice locales of the Saanich Peninsula for 2017.

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