I have never found this in my area.
I sometimes get lucky and find a very big tin of "pizza sauce" at my local Loblaws, for about $4, which is a great bargain, considering
pizza sauce in a bottle is $3 for a small jar, 1/30th the size ( those tiny bottles )
I will add oregano to mine, and also Italian seaoning, oh and the secret ingredient all pizza makers use in Montreal,
which is a touch of cinnamon, not so much that you can tell it is cinnamon ( never overdo it ) they add just a bit in, to give it
that "je ne sais quoi " , where you know something is in there but you can't quite put your finger on it.
Edit: One thing I want to try is this..... my wife's parents in Montreal started buying pizza from a new pizzera in their area,
and I had it a few months ago while there. There was a very nice "garlic" flavour to the sauce.
I am 99% sure, that this is not like a sauce that has been COOKED with garic, but rather, a sauce that has been made,
and then FRESH garlic is added ( very thin slices ) to the sauce once it is cooled....
This is going to impart a totally different fresh flavour of garlic, vs garlic that was cooked in the sauce.
On another note, we buy slices of pizza here, that has no cheese on it. The pizza comes in squares, and is sold at
all grocery stores. They use a very thick sauce on this pizza, it will never drip, it's deep red, almost like a pizza paste
type sauce.... anyway, itt's big at parties with the kids. Well, this type of pizza in Montreal is made that way, and it never clicked
to me that I could try that in a pizza I baked in the oven.
Anyway, it's a great sauce they have, and the fresh flavour of garlic is really nice, yet NOT overwhelming. It's amazing how
a great sauce can change a pizza, just as I always say, if you have a really great soup base,
anything tastes good in it, even a rock !
( I have bought many of these no-name soup bases, and they just don't taste
great, and any veggies I put into them never taste great either, then you eat a bowl of Cambell's veggie soup, and everything
tastes great in it.... hence my funny saying about the rock in the soup )
I will try all suggests at our next pizza making session. I was wondering what kind of sauce is used by Canadians. I have never heard of the six in one sauce?