BUSINESS NOTEBOOK: Sprott Shaw opens new Surrey campus

“Surrey is rapidly becoming an education hub, attracting students from around the region and around the world."

Sprott Shaw was set to open a “next generation” campus in Surrey at 13678 100th Ave. on Dec. 14.

“Surrey is rapidly becoming an education hub, attracting students from around the region and around the world,” Sprott Shaw noted in a release. “The open concept campus is textbook free and accessible 24/7 to accommodate today’s flexible learner and one-third larger than the current campus, providing more opportunities for local students and international learners.”

On Wednesday, Famous Footwear opened its newest location, a 5,900-square-foot store at Guildford Town Centre.

Famous Footwear President Rick Ausick said the decision to open a store in Surrey was “based on a recognized consumer need, and we look forward to delivering a great footwear shopping destination.” For more information, visit

Amy Reid


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