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Corner Gas by Dorothy  Pinder

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Corner Gas is a Canadian television sitcom created by Brent Butt. The series ran for six seasons from 2004 to 2009. Re-runs still air on CTV, CTV Two and The Comedy Network in Canada.

Deriving its name from the roadside gas station in the fictional town of Dog River, Saskatchewan, Corner Gas is the only gas station for 60 kilometres (37 mi) in any direction. Brent Leroy (Brent Butt) is the proprietor of the station and Wanda Dollard (Nancy Robertson) works at the station’s convenience store as a retail assistant. An adjoining coffee shop, The Ruby, is owned by Lacey Burrows (Gabrielle Miller), who inherited it from her Aunt Ruby.

The series completed its run following broadcast of its sixth season on April 13, 2009, with a total of 107 episodes.

The show became an instant hit, averaging a million viewers per episode. Corner Gas has been the recipient of six Gemini Awards, and has been nominated almost 70 times for various awards.

On April 6, 2009, Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall signed a proclamation that declared April 13, 2009 (and the same day every year after), “Corner Gas Day” in Saskatchewan.

The series was created by Canadian comedian Brent Butt, who imagined what his life might be like had he remained in a small Saskatchewan town rather than pursuing stand-up comedy. He originally developed the storyline for CTV and The Comedy Network.

With the exception of the first-season finale and second-season premiere episodes, which are linked, most other Corner Gas episodes are stand-alone storylines that can be viewed in virtually any order, though there are occasional incidental references to previous episodes.

The show brings together broad coffee-shop humour within a community. The characters are archetypal. They have the personality of friends and family to which international viewers can relate. The show focuses on the lifestyle of small-town folk. Though set in a small town in Saskatchewan, it is not chiefly about Saskatchewan or Canada, but rather the day-to-day interactions of the residents of Dog River.

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  • Dorothy  Pinder
    Dorothy Pinderabout 1 year ago

  • Steven  Agius
    Steven Agiusabout 1 year ago

    Great find and capture Dorothy nice to see you still have these old service stations not many around these days it’s a shame to see them disappear.

  • Thanks, Steven. After the series, it has turned into a souvenir shop. It’s a great little place.

    – Dorothy Pinder

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenabout 1 year ago

    Love the sky..nice work.

  • Thank you, Warren:)

    – Dorothy Pinder

  • jhawa
    jhawaabout 1 year ago

    I like the light and the shadows contrast

  • Thank you so much:)

    – Dorothy Pinder

  • Heloisa Castro
    Heloisa Castroabout 1 year ago

    great work

  • Thank you, Heloisa,,,glad you like it:)

    – Dorothy Pinder

  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...about 1 year ago

    How cool that they’ve left the buildings up and re-purposed them. Wonderful light and cloud patterns in your photograph.

  • Thanks so much, Celeste:)

    – Dorothy Pinder

  • Ellanita
    Ellanitaabout 1 year ago

    Fabulous capture and great info……

  • Thank you, Ellanita:)

    – Dorothy Pinder

  • MINDSET
    MINDSET8 months ago

    Love this……….

  • Thank you so much:)

    – Dorothy Pinder

  • Joy Watson
    Joy Watson7 months ago

    Wonderful work and light. Great drama in the clouds

  • Thanks so much, Joy:)

    – Dorothy Pinder

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