Live by the Leaf

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.

Caring for those who care for others.

As Canadians, we care for each other – without being asked, because it’s the right thing to do. It’s who we are, and it makes our communities stronger. Through the Petro-Canada CareMakers Foundation, we’re helping create a future where caregiving is seen and appreciated. By caring for those who care for others, we all Live By The Leaf.
A woman helps her partner in her wheelchair
For family caregivers, life is measured differently.
For family caregivers, life is measured differently.
1 in 4 Canadians are family caregivers who never stop caring for a loved one. That's why we've launched the Petro-Canada CareMakers Foundation.

We don’t look behind to see how far we’ve come – we look ahead to see how far we can go.

We know Canadians’ fuelling needs are evolving. So we’ve built the first network of EV fast charge stations across Canada. Because none of us knows exactly what the future holds. But we know we'll get there together. 

A car charges at a Petro-Canada EV fast charger.
Welcome to Canada's Electric Highway.
Welcome to Canada's Electric Highway.

You've always been able to drive from the Rockies to the Maritimes. And now, you can do it in an electric vehicle.

We don’t just wear the leaf. We live by it.

Petro-Canada is driven by our people, our associates and you, our guests and neighbours. Your Canadian spirit motivates us and we love putting you first.

A picture of Crystal Blair and her restaurant
Celebrating National Trucking Week: How Crystal Blair from Angel's Diner is Taking Care of Truckers
Celebrating National Trucking Week: How Crystal Blair from Angel's Diner is Taking Care of Truckers
Crystal (affectionately called "Angel" by the truckers who pass through her stop) provided meals, free of charge, to any trucker who needed it.

We keep all Canadians at the heart of what we do. 

Canadians are as diverse as our country’s landscape. And here at Petro-Canada, we drive those same roads. We bear the same winters. We're here for each other, no matter what the journey.

A picture of Helena riding Cruz
Dakota Nation Unity Rides and the Importance of Being “Heart In”
Dakota Nation Unity Rides and the Importance of Being “Heart In”

 

Members and residents of the Sioux Valley Dakota First Nation held two Unity Rides in memory of Indigenous children found at Residential Schools and to honour the survivors.

Live by the Leaf™