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Buying cartridge of gas for stove in Canada

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Buying cartridge of gas for stove in Canada

Hi everybody,

I would like to know if it was easy to find cartridge of gaz for stove in Canada (at least in big cities).

Thanks for your help

Sandrine

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Gas

If it is a stove like a MSR Pocket Rocket I have bought the gas in Walmart store in the US. SO I would guess they would be available .
Tom

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gaz or gas

Butane/Propane for camp stoves readily available
http://www.mec.ca/shop/camping-stoves-fuel-and-fire/50130+50491/
at mec and sporting stores as well as some general Gas station mini stores as they often carry camping supplies.
ck

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Canadian tire carries white

Canadian tire carries white gas and cheap butane green containers, they'll be your best bet across the country for ease of finding a store. If you have a specialty canister like Primus etc. small camping stores will be your best hope, and MEC which only has about a dozen locations across the country.

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Gaz

Do you mean Gaz, as in a older blue French stove? If so, the threads are different than the canisters typically sold in stores that fit onto canister stoves such as MSR. If you have a Gaz stove you will need to find Gaz canisters, a difficult item to find in the U.S. Or did you mean cartridge of "gas" for stove? If so, then the advice you were given is good.