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Wait seven more days and hope…
That’s the word from Gasbuddy-dot-com for less competitive markets like Fort St. John, when it comes to falling gasoline prices.
Falling oil prices this week, have resulted in a drop of ten cents a liter, in Toronto, where the price is down, to a dollar and 26 cents.
However, here in Fort St. John, the common posted price is still, nearly twenty cents a liter higher than that, at a dollar 45 point 4.
In addition, if you’re headed north to Alaska in a motorhome, be forwarned, by the time you get to Fort Nelson, you’ll be looking at a dollar 62 point 9.
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