Are you the best of Surrey-North Delta? Beware of online sales

The Leader is not soliciting funds for its Readers' Choice Awards certificates.

The Surrey-North Delta Leader recently published the winners of its Readers’ Choice Awards – an annual survey that asks readers to submit what they think are the best restaurants, spas, shopping centers, etc. in Surrey and North Delta.

Winners are notified by Leader staff about the results, and receive a certificate and window decal detailing the award.

In recent weeks, emails have begun circulating targeting local businesses asking if they would like to order a Readers’ Choice plaque or certificate for a fee. Businesses that were not included in this year’s awards are also being contacted.

These emails are not from The Surrey-North Delta Leader. Winners of the newspaper’s Readers’ Choice Awards receive their recognition and certificates free of charge.

Winners are also highlighted in a special publication (which was published Nov. 19 and can be viewed online at in our e-Edition section).



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