The team in charge of the new 7-11 that opened March 4 on 200 Street is, L to R: Raaji Sekhon, Adrefris Tessema and Mark Colligon. The new convenience store will also offer seating and free Wi-Fi.

Langley is now home to seven 7-Elevens

The newest 7-Eleven is at 200 St. and 56 Ave. and features seating and free Wi-fi

There are now seven 7-Eleven locations in Langley.

On Saturday, 7-Eleven celebrated the grand opening of its seventh store in Langley — at 19982 56 Ave. — with a ribbon cutting ceremony, cake cutting and a cheque for $711 to Gateway of Hope Homeless Shelter.

In Langley, 7-Eleven’s footprint has grown from two stores to seven in just eight months. Each of these stores will be the new concept store with Wi-Fi and seating, said 7-Eleven representatives.

The 24-hour convenience stores are known for their Slurpees and convenience of groceries, snacks and other supplies.

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