A mural by Keegan Starlight, depicting buffalo and other animals, painted on the side of a Petro-Canada station

Our Journey of Reconciliation

We know our path forward is together. We're honoured to provide space for Indigenous Peoples to share their experiences and history through stories and art. Let's continue to build a home where all are heard and all belong.

Janice Johnstone, an artist from the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, holding a Petro-Canada logo made with traditional Indigenous beadwork techniques
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Reimagining our logo through Indigenous beadwork

We commissioned nine artists from several First Nations across Canada to each design their own version of a beaded Petro‑Canada logo.

Our murals

Meet the mural artists

To demonstrate our commitment to our journey of reconciliation we commissioned Indigenous artists to create murals at Petro-Canada locations across the country.

Indigenous beadwork

Meet the beadwork artists

To highlight the culture and beauty of beadwork within Indigenous communities, we commissioned nine First Nations artists from across Canada to design their own versions of our Petro-Canada logo.

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Reconciliation and healing through storytelling

Developing an understanding of the history and culture of Indigenous Peoples is essential for true healing. We're privileged to share these stories as an important step on our journey of reconciliation.