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New Ultramar officially opens on Hazeldean

(PHOTO: Kelly O’Reilly, Area manager, CST, Inc.; Corey Bovin, Assistant manager; Pierre Poilievre, MP Carleton; Ember Forbes, Manager; Shad Qadri, City Councillor and Bill McQuillan, Zone Manager, CST Inc.)

(press release via CST Brands)

CST Brands, Inc. is pleased to announce the official opening of a new Corner Store with an Ultramar service station located at 5943 Hazeldan Road. Residents and motorists passing through Stittsville now have a new Corner Store where they can stop for a wide selection of grocery items, a quick Grab ‘n Go lunch, products from the Transit Café line, a car wash and a tank full of gas.

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PHOTO: Gas station on Palladium changes from Ultramar to Esso

The gas station at the corner of Palladium and Huntmar has been temporarily shut down as crews convert it from an Ultramar to an Esso. We tried calling the gas station today but we keep getting a busy signal.  Will the Country Style donut shop be converted to a Tim Hortons?

UPDATE: Like a really efficient pit stop, the gas station was open again as of Wednesday evening as an Esso.


Ultramar gas station planned for corner of Hazeldean and Hartin

(Above: Artist rendering of the gas station as viewed from Hazeldean Road.)

Architectural drawings posted to the City's web site show an Ultramar gas station.
Architectural drawings posted to the City’s web site show an Ultramar gas station.

The City has received a site plan application to build a gas station on the vacant lot at the corner of Hazeldean and Hartin, at 5943 Hazeldean Road.  The development would include a corner store, car wash, and other commercial buildings.

Architectural drawings show an Ultramar gas station, along with a Country Style donut shop and Ultramar Corner Store, similar to the gas station at the corner of Huntmar and Palladium.  (The planning documents also reference a Quickie convenience store.)

You can read more about the project on the City’s web site…

Site plan for gas station and commercial development at Hazeldean and Hartin