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TORONTO - Canadians can vote online for their favourite new restaurant from a list that's been compiled by Air Canada's enRoute magazine.

Back for a second year, the magazine's People's Choice Award invites Canadians to help advance the country's culinary identity. The 30 restaurants in the running have been nominated by a volunteer panel of food and hospitality industry leaders who believe their choices have made a significant impact on our restaurant culture.

The establishments all opened between late spring 2013 and June 2014, and have also been visited and judged anonymously by international food and wine writer Andrew Braithwaite. He'll narrow the list to his top 10 for the November issue of enRoute magazine.

The nominees are:

— Vancouver: Ask for Luigi, The Blacktail Florist, Cinara, Farmer's Apprentice

— Victoria: Little Jumbo

— Surrey, B.C.: My Shanti

— Tofino, B.C.: Wolf in the Fog

— Calgary: Black Pig Bistro

— Edmonton: North 53, RGE RD, Woodwork

— Saskatoon: Ayden Kitchen & Bar

— Toronto: Agave y Aguacate, Bar Buca, Byblos, The Chase, Fat Pasha, Luckee, Rhum Corner

— Ottawa: El Camino, MeNa

— Montreal: Le H4C, Impasto, Mercuri, Patrice Patissier, Le Serpent, Le Vin Papillon

— Quebec City: Legende

— Halifax: Edna Restaurant

— St. John's, N.L.: Mallard Cottage

As of Nov. 1, readers will be able to download the updated enRoute Eats app, which includes details of this year's top 10 restaurants and previous years' winners, along with enRoute-recommended restaurants across the country.

For more information, visit www.eatandvote.com or www.mangervoter.com.

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