Yeah ... I just checked the AB (Alberta) listings and they report only 8 locations in the entire province.
They also say that Calgary Co-op (Federated Co-operatives Ltd) is ethanol-free on 87,89,91 ... which I do not believe to be accurate.
Olds is 50 mi. north of Calgary, and, I am sure is serviced from the same bulk plant ... and I know that there is a sticker on the 87 / 89 that says "may contain ethanol", but there is no such label on the 91.
When I'm travelling, I usually buy premium from either Esso (same as Exxon in USA?) or from Shell ... with the belief that they are also ethanol-free.
Try looking for that "may contain" label at your local filling stations ... or ask.
I'm thinking that if enough people express an intrest in this, it might put a little pressure on the bulk plants to get rid of the ethanol ... at least in the premium grades.
It does look like the majority of the marine fuel distributors in NY have a clue, and are selling ethanol-free. Hard to drive up to the pump there, though!
Premium fuel here, BTW, costs about $0.10 per litre (0.38 per gal) over the cost of regular. If I'm paying premium price, I had better darn well be getting premium fuel! LOL