When we put the leaf in our logo, we meant it. It’s a glowing reminder of all we live up to. Because we share more than a country. We share a way to live.
Through our national network of Petro-Canada™ Associates, we deliver fuel directly to farmers. Because they have enough to do for us.
Every driver deserves more than a place to refuel. So we built Canada’s largest national cardlock network with over 290 Petro-Pass™ locations providing truckers with a safe place to rest and recharge.
We don’t just put pumps where Canadians are. With over 1,500 gas stations across Canada, we put pumps where Canadians need them.
"Joan is able to push me to the next level because she is always watching. She
catches my mistakes and sees what I am doing well."
- Hayden Edwards
"The relationship with my coach is interesting because aside from being my trainer, he is also my dad."
- Melissa Bratic
"Abbi tries hard to make our training fun and interesting, and gives us lots of opportunities for personal and team growth."
- Natalie Wilkie
In 1988 Petro-Canada employees carried the Olympic spirit across Canada as sponsor and organizer of the Torch Relay. The planning and preparation touched hundreds of employees and families from across Canada.
Over the years, our love of sport has continued through Petro-Canada’s Fuelling Athlete and Coaching Excellence (FACE™) Program which has supported over 3,000 Canadian athletes and coaches by providing more than $11 million in financial support.
One of the best ways for Petro-Canada to support our athletes is to help their biggest supporters – their families – be there to see them compete. That’s why we launched the Canadian Athlete Family Program. This first-of-its-kind initiative allowed over 500 athletes' family members to watch their loved ones compete live at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
We’re proud to continue this legacy of support through a ticketing program that ensures families of Canadian Olympians and Paralympians get the opportunity to watch their athletes compete live – and that Canadian athletes have their own personal cheering section.