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"Gas and Dash" legislation by province

Another tragic “Gas and Dash” death has occurred, this time in Toronto:

The attendant ran out of the northwest Toronto station’s convenience store and almost into the path of the vehicle, trying to stop a driver making a run for it without paying for gas. 128 more words

Gas And Dash

Transportation fuel shift stuck in slow lane

Killing the internal-combustion engine could be as simple as pulling the trigger.

Except there is nobody holding the gun.

Every day, Canadians pump about 200 million litres or 80 Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of gasoline into their vehicles, says a report released by the Canadian Petroleum Products Institute released this week. 1,122 more words


Political battle heats up over national energy strategy

By Jason Fekete

OTTAWA — Political battle lines are being drawn over a proposed national energy strategy, with industry groups onside and the Conservatives and opposition parties sparring over what it should include. 699 more words


Refining sector’s Goldilocks choice

By Peter Boag

Canada’s oil refiners have been providing quality and reliable transportation fuels for the past century. They fuel the movement of people and goods essential to our economy and quality of life. 744 more words