Canada’s Best Restroom contest launched.

Know of a well-maintained, tastefully designed public washroom that gives guests more than one good reason to “go”?

Cintas Canada has launched its third annual Canada’s Best Restroom contest and the search is on for this year’s King of the Throne. People can nominate a washroom online at

Five finalists will be announced in July, at which time online voting will begin. The winner and runner-up will be revealed in the fall and top vote-getters will secure a place in the best restroom hall of fame.

The contest is open to any non-residential restroom across Canada that is accessible to the general public. Entries will be judged on cleanliness, visual appeal, innovation, functionality and unique design elements.

Past winners include the Byrne Road Cactus Club Café in Vancouver.

Cintas Canada designs, manufactures and implements corporate identity uniform programs and provides entrance mats, restroom cleaning supplies and document shredding services to about 55,000 businesses in Canada.

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