There are still four days to vote in the We Heart Local Awards.

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You still have four days to vote for three Rossland businesses and one Rosslander in the We Heart Local Awards.

Time is almost up to vote for the We Heart Local Awards, and there are three Rossland businesses and one Rosslander in the running.

Rossland Mountain Market is up for favourite farmers’ market and is currently ranked third in its category, while its organizer, Miche Warwicke is up for favourite local advocate, and is first in her category.

The Rossland Beer Company is currently first in the favourite local brewery category, and Ferraro Foods is 14th in the category for favourite store to buy local.

You can vote for all three nominees once a day until Sept. 14 and the winners will be announced on Sept. 15.

 

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