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An adjoining diner, The Ruby, is owned by Lacey Burrows (Gabrielle Miller), who inherited it from her Aunt Ruby and moved to Dog River from Toronto.Brent's parents, Oscar Leroy (Eric Peterson) and Emma Leroy (Janet Wright), are lifetime residents of Dog River.All the outdoor scenes and all scenes that take place in the gas station were filmed on location in Rouleau, Saskatchewan.Rouleau is a small town on Highway 39 between Moose Jaw and Weyburn.The grain elevator was repainted to read "Dog River" instead of "Rouleau"; however, the water tower still reads "Rouleau" – with post production effects used to repaint it to read "Dog River" in the first season episode "Grad 68".Regina, Saskatchewan is known as the "city" in Corner Gas.The film was released for a limited theatrical run in December 2014.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.
Two segments of production footage with time code circulated on You Tube also seemed to indicate a series finale as imminent despite the show's continued success in Canada and recent U. Butt said the decision to end the series while still a popular offering on CTV was "a very difficult decision ... (CTV) made it clear that they were keen to do more seasons ...
He originally developed the storyline for CTV and The Comedy Network.
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.
The first episode of Corner Gas aired on January 22, 2004, and attracted 1.5 million viewers. Less than two months after the first episode aired, CTV renewed it for a second season of 18 episodes.
Butt's main co-writers were This Hour has 22 Minutes writers Mark Farrell, Paul Mather, Kevin White, and Andrew Carr.