Purolator Inc.

Celebrating Canada 150

To prove that we know Canada better than anyone, we’re heading across the country to capture all the unique, interesting and downright amazing little known parts of it. We’re proud to partner with local businesses and cities along the way as we continue delivering promises nationwide. Who knows, we might even stop by your town!

Join us on our journey from coast-to-coast for Canada 150

Giving old skateboards new life

Calgary, AB
For Adrian and Martinus Pool, skateboarding and carpentry are their biggest passions. So when they saw broken skateboards being thrown away, they got an idea. Now their woodworking shop, Adrian Martinus, turns old boards into new furniture. Every piece is a unique work of art.

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Sustainable honey for a
sustainable future

Montréal, QC
When Nicholas Melka struggled through a difficult point in his life, he found help in an unlikely spot: honey. From that moment on, he has dedicated his life to building beehives across Montreal and creating sustainable honey for all.

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Dog’s best friend

Beaver Bank, NS
With his business K-9 Orthotics and Prosthetics, Jeff Collins shifted his experience with prosthetics from humans to dogs. Now dogs around the world have Jeff to thank for getting them back on their feet.

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Home is Where the Rainbow is

Jellybean Row, NL
Said to be done as a way for sailors to always know where home is, these colourfully painted houses in St. John’s have become a staple of the town. Attracting crowds from far and wide, these landmarks are hard to miss. But you wouldn’t want to, even if you could.


Ontario’s Hidden Treasure

The Grotto, ON
Hidden within the Bruce Peninsula is a grotto untouched by the modern world. Despite the town of Tobermory mere minutes away, the turquoise blue water surrounded by intricate cave walls will make you question whether you left the country or not.


Red As Far As the Eye Can See

Argyle Shores, PE
It’s hard to choose what to marvel at first; the ocean or the beach itself. With every trip down the TransCanada Highway, the endless sand and rolling red hills make everything around fade away. It’s easy to see how one can get lost in the beauty of it all.

Wild West of the North

Big Muddy, SK
Deep in the heart of Saskatchewan’s badlands sits Canada’s very own “wild west”. Once home to outlaws like the Sundance Kid, the rugged landscape is exemplified by Castle Butte, a 70-metre high rock formation outside the town of Coronach. And they rely on Purolator to ensure they get the supplies they need for themselves and their many visitors.


Where the Beginning Meets the End

Forillon National Park, QC
Hikers across the globe are drawn to the legendary Appalachian trail, and Forillon National Park marks either the beginning or the end of that journey. It’s no wonder Purolator is commited to expanding our fleet with environmentally friendly hybrid vehicles to help protect places like this.

Where the City Meets the Shore

Vancouver, BC
To most, driftwood is nothing special. But for Andrew Azzopardi and Christina Robev, it can be anything they put their minds to. Using reclaimed wood from around Vancouver island, they create stunning installations and unique crafts – all from something many of us never even notice. And no matter the size or scale of the project, Purolator helps deliver their creations anywhere, day in and day out.

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