Falling Gasoline Prices

The latest 60-city cross-country survey shows the average price of gasoline in Canada has dropped, below 80 cents a liter and, at two centres in Ontario, it is now below 70 cents.

The weekly monitor of Calgary-based MJ Ervin and Associates, has the average price down nearly four cents a liter, to 76 point eight.

However, in Kingston and Ottawa it shows prices, of 68 point nine and, 69 point two cents, respectively.

That’s more than 20 cents a liter less than the current common posted price in Fort St. John, which at 91 point nine and, is at least six cents higher than any other BC survey city.

Fort St. John is also the only survey city in the 9 provinces east of Newfoundland/Labrador where the price is above 90 cents a liter.

The latest BC average price, including non-survey cities, is 83 point four cents, with the low end price in Abbotsford, at 73 point nine and, the high end price, again in Fort Nelson, at a dollar five point nine.

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