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Cardlocks

Having started out in the business of fueling airplanes, fueling cars and trucks was a logical next step for us. We currently have two cardlocks open, located in Whitehorse, Yukon, and at Junction 37 with a third location in Mayo opening soon.  All of our cardlocks are open 24/7. We provide the flexibility of using either our membership cardlock cards or regular credit cards at our Whitehorse location, soon to be available at our other locations as well. See below for fuel offerings and location details. 

 

 

Emergency Cardlock Contact

 

In the case of a spill, or other emergency, please contact General Manager Geof Struthers by dialing 668-4441 EXT 9.  

 

 

Sign Up  for Cardlock Membership Now

 

Simply fill out the Cardlock Credit Application below and return it to us in person at 150 Condor Road, Whitehorse, Yukon, or fax it to us at 668-4481. Once we have processed your application you have the option of picking up your card at our physical location, or if you prefer, we can mail it out to you. 

To download Cardlock application PDF click here

For any questions or assistance, please feel free to shoot us an email using our contact form or, give us a call at 668-4441. 

 

 

 

Locations

221 Tlingit Street, Whitehorse, Yukon 
Y1A 2Z1

 221 Tlingit Street, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2Z1

  • Located on Kwanlin Dün First Nations Traditional Land 
  • Cardlock Cards and Credit Cards Accepted 
  • Open 24/7
  • Regular Gas, Diesel, and Commercial Diesel Pumps Available 
Junction 37 – located at the intersection of highway 37 and the Alaska highway, west of Watson Lake

 Junction 37 – located at the intersection of highway 37 and the Alaska highway, west of Watson Lake

  • Chieftain Membership Card Required –Credit cards accepted soon
  • Open 24/7
  • Diesel Only Available
COMING SOON – MAYO LOCATION

COMING SOON – MAYO LOCATION

  • Distributor of Boss Lubricants
  • Manufactured in Calgary
  • Family owned and operated
  • Subsidiary of Air North, Yukon’s Airline
  • Driven to help Air North keep air fares low