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Sets from the television series Lost Girl will soon find their way to the Laurier Brantford campus.
The sets -- which are two rooms from the show --- were donated to the school by Toronto-based Quantum Entanglement Entertainment Inc., a newly-formed company creating television, video games and film.
The sets, when fully assembled, take up more than 10,000 square feet of space.
"The Laurier Brantford campus is the ideal location for these set pieces," said Paul Rapovski, COO of Quantum. "Not only will they help preserve the key sets of one of the most successful cult TV series, but they will help students gain hands-on experience working on authentic sets in the rapidly-growing creative and games centre within the Brantford region."
Laurier is awaiting provincial government approval of a new Game Design and Development program, which would be offered in partnership with Conestoga College beginning in September.