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Liberty Village Toronto- Now Winners

Earlier this fall, we wrote about the NOW Reader’s Choice Best of Toronto. Winning businesses were publicly announced in the November issue of the magazine. People were able to vote from June until September. Prior to that, a two month nomination period was open so businesses could self nominate or be recommended by others. Lucky for us, some Liberty Village businesses either won or were the runner ups. Take a moment and congratulate those businesses and shop local when possible.

See the Results 

(listed in alphabetical order by category)

  • Best Bulk Food
    • Winner – Bulk Barn – located at 171 E Liberty St
Zipcar was the winner of the Best Car Share Service. They have numerous cars available for the community to utilize. Photo taken by Meg Marshall.
  • Best Car Share Service
  • Best City Councillor
  • Best Furniture Store
    • Runner Up – Structube – located at 1112 King St W
Goodlife Fitness located in the heart of Liberty Village was the winner of the Best Gym. Photo credit to Toronto’s Newest Condos.
  • Best Gym
    • Winner – Goodlife Fitness – located at 85 Hanna Ave Suite 200
  • Best Middle Eastern Restaurant
  • Best Pet Store
    • Runner Up – Pet Valu – located at 1176 King St W
  • Best Poutinerie
  • Best Radio Personality
    • Runner Up – Laura Fernandez from Jazz FM 
Jazz FM was the winner of the Best Radio Station. They provide amazing programming on the air and have an outstanding educational program. Photo taken by Meg Marshall.
  • Best Radio Station
    • Winner – Jazz FM – located at 4 Paradee Ave
    • Runner Up – Indie 88 – located at 20 Hanna Ave
  • Best Roti

The Now Reader’s Choice Best of Toronto Awards have been recognizing outstanding businesses for over 20 years. When the voting opens up for the 2017 nomination period, show your support and be sure to submit your favourite Liberty Village businesses.

Meg Marshall

A city gal at heart but with a soft spot for the country. If not out shopping for the next coveted fashion piece or checking out one of Toronto's delicious eateries, Meg can be found riding her horses.

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