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Gasoline Supply Update

As we wrote recently, we are currently experiencing a reduction in gasoline inventory in Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Although the work at the Edmonton refinery is not yet complete, we have successfully sourced additional gasoline through our supply network and have delivered product to Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Supply to retail sites in those provinces will no longer be affected by the fuel shortage.

We continue efforts to source product for Alberta and are working hard to limit the impact to customers.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused and will provide updates as they become available.


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Loretta H.

What incentive is there for restoring/maintaining gasoline supply when it becomes a convenient excuse to increase prices at the pump? When oil prices are down and there are no other 'factors' to affect pump prices, what better way for gas companines to manipulate pump prices to their advantage than to 'invent' a supply shortage by 'breakdown or maintenance mismanagement' along the supply chain. And what better time to plan it than the peak demand periods to get the best pay back. Why are consumers made to pay for problems caused by the gas company (and maybe even built into their budgets and strategic planning)? When are Canadians going to put legislation in effect to hold companies accountable for their actions/inaction/misaction instead of making us pay for it? Let them eat the cost from their profits not our wallets. Maybe then they will work a little harder at MANAGING the supply end of the business instead of MANIPULATING it.

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