While ethanol is now at every land-based (note the "land-based") gas station (at least in Ontario, where a Shell Engineer that I know confirmed the switchover in February or March of this year - for all brands according to him) non-ethanol fuel is readily available at Marinas in Ontario. There is an exemption on fuels for marine use, along with some other non-high-volume fuel burning uses. While not practical to try to wheel the C7 up the dock to the pumps at a marina, I confirmed with a local marina on Lake Simcoe that they're willing to fill portable fuel tanks with non-ethanol gas; fuel tanks was what he said, I don't know if that includes jerry cans to refill my small engine stuff.
If I (or you) find that they are unwilling to fill jerry cans, according to this Shell engineer ethanol can be removed relatively easily from fuel in small batches. There are a number of vids on Youtube showing how to do this, just search "remove ethanol" on the Youtube site. I plan to purchase an 11 litre GLASS wine making container and stopper called a "Carboy" from the local shop, and make my own ethanol-free fuel.
Coming from 50 years in the small engine industry, I have seen major damage to carburetors and other components on mowers/chainsaws/trimmers etc. where aluminum has literally rotted away. Hell of a way to force everybody to buy battery-electric products, I'm thinking.
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