Vehicle owners should wait to fill their tanks until tomorrow, and head to one of the many Pioneer Co-op Service Station locations.
Fuel Good Day is back, donating 10 cents for every litre and $1 from every coffee or Big Cool slush sold throughout the day to Southwest Crisis Services.
CEO for Pioneer Co-op, Larry Kozun, said this year has an exciting new aspect.
"This year, Pioneer Co-op will also be hosting our first Fuel Good Day Barbeque at our new service station location at 610 South Service Rd E," he said. "We've been able to raise quite a few funds, so we look forward to donating it."
The barbeque will offer smokies on a bun, donuts, and pop at $5 per plate, with all proceeds also going to the non-profit organization.
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