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There’s less than a month to vote for Canada’s best restroom! Yes, you read that right.

Canadian businesses with the best washrooms were nominated by the public. What’s the point of this? To highlight the importance of how washroom hygiene has an effect on a customer’s experience. The contest, which is in its tenth year, has been narrowed down to five pretty potties and the public has until August 16th to pick a winner.

Nominations are judged on these five elements cleanliness, visual appeal, functionality, innovation and design elements. The winner will be given a place in Canada’s Best Restroom Hall of Fame and a prize of $2,500 in facility services from Cintas.Canada.

Check out the five finalists below and be sure to head to Best Restroom to cast your vote.

Bauhaus Restaurant – Vancouver, B.C.


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Bauhaus Restaurant was inspired by the early 20th-century design movement “Bauhaus” which was famous for its unique approach to architecture and design.

Beaverhill Shell – Lac la Biche, AB


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The washrooms at Beaverhill Shell were designed with the comforts of its customers in mind. Unlike conventional rest-stops, they feature luxurious details throughout.

Cluny Bistro – Toronto, ON


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Located in Toronto’s historic Distillery District, within the heritage site of the Gooderham Building, Cluny Bistro’s washrooms were designed by Studio Munge.

Cosmos Cafe – Quebec City, QC


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The artistic elements found throughout the café flow into the washrooms.

Laurence and Chico Cafe – Vancouver, B.C.


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The Laurence and Chico Café was designed by Laurence Li and Chico Wang, complete with whimsical wallpapers, tiles and furnishings replicating their signature prints.