Hate to be the one to break it to ya Bob, but in Manitoba, nobody sells ethanol free fuel any longer. As of a year and a half ago, the last Shell station to sell ethanol-free premium (in Selkirk) was forced to sell ethanol spiked fuel in all their grades (per the station owner). The last company selling ethanol-free in Manitoba was Coop fuels, but the last Coop station to sell ethanol-free (Pinawa Manitoba, per the station owner) was forced to sell ethanol spiked fuel in all grades as of last winter. I've followed this progression over the past few years as my motorsports addiction has me operating bikes, boats, snowmobiles, and a host of small engines required for rural yard maintenance. Like you I've always tried to use ethanol-free fuels in certain high performance toys, and in all my off-season storage preparations. No commercial stations sell ethanol-free in Manitoba any longer per enquiries I've made with station owners, and a couple of phone calls to company reps directly. If you have recent info contrary to this I'd be interested to hear it and speak to your source, as I would love to still have access to ethanol-free fuel. My next enquiry will be to the St. Andrews airport near me where I know I can purchase Av gas. I believe that stuff may still be ethanol-free but am going to confirm. It's far too expensive to use as a regular fuel, and not formulated for regular engine use, but I may consider using it as a storage mix for my off-season preparations to avoid the stupid-fast fuel degradation that occurs with the ethanol spiked fuels. Let me know if you've heard something different.