However, it should be noted that it is still not an across the board price, as the top end price in the city early this morning was still a 130.9 a litre.

It follows the current drop in the fluctuating price of a barrel crude oil, which according to the BC GasPrices.com monitor was early this morning down to $82.27U.S.

However, a month ago the price of oil was about six dollars a barrel more than it is right now, and yet Fort St. John’s common posted price for gasoline was a 127.9.

It would appear there’s still justification for the current gasoline prices to fall even further.