Chamber celebrates local businesses

The Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce celebrated local business excellence during the Greater Victoria Business Awards last week.

The Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce celebrated local business excellence during the Greater Victoria Business Awards last week.

The 2016 winners are:

Business Leadership: Emterra Environmental.

New Business: Kingsters Bin Sanitizing Services Ltd.

Business of the Year (1-10 Employees): Equilibrium Massage Therapy Inc.

Business of the Year (11-25 Employees): Mayfair Optometric Clinic.

Business of the Year (26+ Employees): Pizzeria Prima Strada.

Employer of the Year: Brentwood Bay Resort and Spa.

Innovation: LlamaZOO Interactive Inc.

Outstanding Customer Service: S.A.L.T.S. Sail & Life Training Society.

Sustainable Business Practice: The Root Cellar Village Green Grocer.

Business Person of the Year: John Wilson, Wilson’s Transportation Ltd.

Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Regan McGrath, Metrics Chartered Professional Accounting.

Employee of the Year: Gord Bridges, Wilson’s Transportation Ltd.



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