There is a new Petro Canada Contest opened and you can enter the Petro Canada Contest to win 3 awesome grand prizes.
Enter Petro Canada Contest to win HUGE Visa and Petro Canada gift cards.
Petro Canada Contest Prizes
Each Prize consists of Grand prize includes:
- $1,000 NBAStore.ca gift card
- $500 Petro Canada gift card
- Assorted Hershey candy bars
How to Enter Petro Canada Contest:
Buy any two participating Hershey King size bars and swipe your Petro Points card to be entered for a chance to win.
No Purchase Entry:
Send a 25 word or more description of why you like Petro Points, which must include your Petro?Points number, to 2021 Petro?Points Cadbury Olympic Summer Games Contest, 20440 Simcoe Street, Seagrave, Ontario, L0C 1G0.
Limit of one ballot per envelope.
- Multiple Entry
- Open to Canadian residents only
- Quebec Friendly
- Age of majority
- Petro-Points member
This Petro Canada contest ends January 3, 2021
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More Petro Canada Savings Opportunities
Petro Canada Points
When you register an account with My Petro Canada, you can begin to manage your cards and account online. It’s convenient and super-easy. Just for signing up, you will receive 2500 Petro Points FREE!
You will start to collect those rewards on your next purchase. Earn even more when you use a CIBC Petro Points Mastercard.
If you become the proud owner of this reward card, you will save 5 cents on every 200 L of fuel that you purchase. Gas is expensive, and this is the perfect opportunity to save.
Petro Points Partners
Other businesses allow you to earn even more points. Some offer surveys, while others provide travel points. The possibilities are endless.
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History of Petro Gas Stations in Canada
After the Yom Kippur War in 1973, the price of oil went up all over the world. Alberta had a lot of oil in it that was mostly controlled by American companies. The Canadian government thought that because these companies were only making their products for Americans, little of the money made when oil prices went up would trickle down to.
The Liberals were in a minority government and needed the NDP’s support to stay in office. The notion also reflected an increase in Liberal nationalism. Despite protests from the Progressive Conservative Party, which was led by Robert Stanfield, the bill was passed by the Liberals and NDP.
A subsidiary of Suncor (2009–present)
Suncor Energy decided to buy Petro Canada. In the future, Sunoco-branded gas stations in Ontario will be called Petro Canada.