There is no longer a common posted price for gasoline in Fort St. John.
Price changes started to appear yesterday, and at last check early this morning there was a 2 cent a liter variation, among city filling stations.
It was April 30th, when the cities common price went up 12 point seven cents a liter, and some outlets still have posted prices of a dollar 13 point nine.
Others have implemented reductions of one or two cents, but all them are still about five cents or more higher, than the latest provincial average quoted by BCGasPrices.com.
That is now a dollar and seven cents a litre, down nearly three cents from yesterday, but still about six cents higher than the national average.
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