Readers’ Choice Awards: The votes are in!

Learn about the best of Surrey and North Delta in our annual publication.

The votes are in for the second-annual Readers’ Choice Awards, recognizing the best people, places and things in Surrey and North Delta.

More than 12,000 votes were cast in categories such as best fitness trainer, best banquet hall, best place to hang out with friends, and many more.

For 2012 there are new businesses honoured and many familiar faces as well. So, when you have a hankering for a hearty brunch, a creamy cappuccino or a quiet walk in the forest, check out what Leader readers recommend: http://bit.ly/SYmIDd

Our thanks to all those who participated in this year’s awards!

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