Whistler will once again be a one-gas-station town for a week beginning Jan. 16.
According to signs posted at the Creekside Husky, the gas station is converting to a Co-op this week, and will close from Jan. 16 to 23.
The shift stems from an agreement finalized in November 2021.
"In November 2021, Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) announced it had entered into an agreement on behalf of Co-ops in the Co-operative Retailing System (CRS) to purchase Husky retail fuel sites from Cenovus Energy Inc," reads a post on Co-op's website.
The agreement means "a mix of new gas bars, car washes and convenience stores will be joining the CRS in Western Canadian communities near you," the post said.
"In the short term, these sites will continue to operate as Husky gas bars. Over time, Co-op will bring these sites under the Co-op, Tempo and Western Nations banners and sites that are fuelled by Co-op."
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