Suncor-owned gas company Petro-Canada announced plans to build 50 EV charging stations across Canada.

A new section of the company’s website shows off a map of a nationwide charger network that will run alongside the Trans-Canada highway from what looks like Vancouver to the east coast of Nova Scotia.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the network will extend to Newfoundland and Labrador or anywhere north.

“Keeping Canadians moving is what we do. We know the needs of our customers are evolving as we transition to a low-carbon future which is why we are excited to expand our current offering to support this growing customer segment,” said Kris Smith, the executive vice president of Downstream and Suncor.

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