PFA Canada (formerly Prairie Fuel Advisors) is one of the leading fuel and lubricant suppliers for municipalities, school divisions, and other public sector entities across Canada. Founded on the idea of group buying power, PFA has partnered with government associations to increase volumes, thereby decreasing costs for members. PFA provides fuel and lubricants from coast to coast and has the provision of third party fuel and oil testing. Members are able to purchase at will, with no minimum purchasing requirements, and receive membership benefits. Request a cost analysis today to see if PFA can save you money!

A fresh approach to how you buy fuel


PFA Canada now has a new look, logo and website. We are proud to unveil www.pfacanada.com, an online space that features our story, full service line-up and more! A special members-only section that will provide up-to-date billing information will be coming soon.

Alberta's Choice for Cheaper Fuel

PFA Canada helps create mutually beneficial relationships between fuel suppliers and our AAMDC member municipalities and associations. We are a free to join/free to leave program that harnesses the strength of bulk purchasing to provide cheaper fuel and the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your fuel is being purchased fairly.

Free Cost-Benefit analysis

Simply send us a copy of your past year's fuel invoices, and our staff will provide you with a free, detailed report comparing the prices you paid to those that you would have paid through the program.

Want to know more?

Visit us online at www.pfacanada.com or call 1.800.807.3750.

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