Saanich Peninsula Readers’ Choice Awards now open for your favourites

Annual Peninsula News Review contest names the top businesses and organizations from the last year.

  • Mar. 19, 2015 1:00 p.m.

The Peninsula News Review's 10th annual Readers' Choice Awards contest is now on.

There is plenty to see and do on the Saanich Peninsula — and the Peninsula News Review wants our readers to weigh in on their favourites in Sidney, North Saanich and Central Saanich.

Our 10th annual Peninsula Readers’ Choice Awards contest is now on. Ballots can be found in print editions of the News Review as well as links to our online version at our website and Facebook page.

Completed entries must be filled out no later than April 3. Completed entries are your automatic entries into our Thrifty Foods Smile Card giveaway. We are awarding two $250 Smile Cards for either the Sidney or Central Saanich Thrifty Foods locations.

Good luck everyone and we look forward to reading about the best in local business — as chosen by you, our readers.

— Editor

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