Newfoundlanders and Labradorians will soon be able to fuel up at Petro-Canada stations thanks to a new strategic partnership on the East Coast. 

Suncor, the proud owner of Petro-Canada, and North Atlantic, a leading gas and convenience brand on The Rock, have combined the North Atlantic retail fuel network in Newfoundland and Labrador with Petro-Canada’s existing network in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.). 

An aerial shot of St. John’s, N.L. harbour. There are colour houses along the rocky shore and a red boat in the water. The water is a dark green colour.
Petro-Canada will welcome Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to retail stations later this year.

Together, 110 sites across the three provinces, including three commercial cardlock fuel sites, now fall under a co-ownership business between Suncor and North Atlantic, with North Atlantic as the operator of all the sites. A portion of North Atlantic sites in Newfoundland and Labrador will become Petro-Canada sites, beginning in St. John’s.

“We are excited to welcome even more Canadians to our Petro-Canada locations,” says Patrick Ritchie, VP of Petro-Canada. “We know that North Atlantic, and its convenience business, Orangestore, are brands that Newfoundlanders and Labradorians trust, and we are excited to build on this brand appreciation with Petro-Canada to better serve our customers.”

As sites are re-branded to Petro-Canada, Newfoundlanders and Labradorians will also be able to earn rewards by becoming Petro-Points members and save on fuel through our partnership with RBC.  

It’s also welcome news to Suncor employees who work in the region.

“Our team in Newfoundland and Labrador is looking forward to filling up at Petro-Canada stations soon,” says Brent Miller, Suncor’s VP, East Coast for Exploration and Production.