For Metro/Tyler Peacock Amrit Goraya, 7-Eleven’s market manager for Manitoba and Saskatchewan, shakes hands with Barry Rempel, president and CEO of the Winnipeg Airports Authority, after the officially opening of 7-Eleven at at James A. Richardson International Airport.

Winnipeggers can now sip on a Slurpee while dragging their luggage as they head in our out of the city.

The 7-Eleven store at James A. Richardson International Airport campus was officially opened on Friday, along with the Petro-Canada gas station.

Barry Rempel, president and CEO of the Winnipeg Airports Authority, announced the addition of 7-Eleven, Petro-Canada and Harvey’s to the airport during the WAA’s annual general meeting in May.

This announcement was met with cheers from those in the audience.

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