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Parkland Fuel Corporation Announces August 2014 Dividend

RED DEER, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/13/14 -- Parkland Fuel Corporation ("Parkland" or the "Corporation") (TSX: PKI), Canada's largest independent fuel distributor and marketer, today announced that a dividend of $0.0883 per share will be paid on September 15, 2014 to shareholders of record on August 22, 2014. The dividend will be an 'eligible dividend' for Canadian income tax purposes. The ex-dividend date is August 20, 2014.

Shareholders who wish to enroll for the first time in the Premium Dividend™ or enhanced Dividend Reinvestment Plan must do so prior to the August 20, 2014 ex-dividend date if they wish to participate in the Plan for this month's dividend.

Brokerage entitlement and corporate actions departments are encouraged to ensure that they have properly elected with Clearing and Depository Services Inc. ("CDS") those shares that should participate in each component of the Plan no later than August 21, 2014, the business day prior to the record date.

Premium Dividend™ and enhanced Dividend Reinvestment Plan

In addition to the option of receiving a monthly cash dividend of $0.0883 per share, the Premium Dividend™ and enhanced Dividend Reinvestment Plan provide Canadian shareholders with the following options:


--  The Premium Dividend™ - this provides eligible shareholders with a 2%
    cash premium in addition to their regular cash dividend. Participants in
    this option will receive $0.0901 per share on the dividend payment date.

--  Dividend Reinvestment - this allows shareholders to repurchase shares
    with their dividend at a 5% discount to the volume weighted average
    price as defined by the Plan.

Those shareholders who do not elect to participate in the Premium Dividend™ and enhanced Dividend Reinvestment Plan will still receive their regular monthly dividend of $0.0883 per share.

Enrolling

Shareholders who own their shares through a brokerage and who wish to participate in either component of the Plan should call their broker and instruct them to enroll their shares in one of the two options.

Shareholders who hold certificates in their own name (registered shareholders) who wish to enroll can find out more from Computershare by calling 1-800-564-6253. Copies of the Plan, a series of questions and answers and the enrollment form are also available on Parkland's website at http://bit.ly/PKIdividend.

About Parkland Fuel Corporation

Parkland Fuel Corporation is North America's fastest growing independent marketer of fuel and petroleum products. We deliver gasoline, diesel, propane, lubricants, heating oil and other high quality petroleum products to motorists, businesses, consumers and wholesale customers in Canada and the United States. Our mission is to be the partner of choice for our customers and suppliers, and we do this by building lasting relationships through outstanding service, reliability, safety and professionalism.

We are unique in our ability to provide customers with dependable access to fuel and petroleum products, utilizing a portfolio of supply relationships, storage infrastructure and third party rail and highway carriers to rapidly respond to supply disruptions in order to protect our customers' operations.

To sign up for Parkland's investor information services, please go to http://bit.ly/PKI-Info or visit www.parkland.ca.

Contacts:
For investor and media inquiries please contact:
Parkland Fuel Corporation
Tom McMillan
Director of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations
403-567-2533
http://bit.ly/PKIContact

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