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Gas up more than 4 cents per litre across Newfoundland and Labrador

The price of gasoline in Nova Scotia is likely to increase by about two cents a litre mid-February, due to a proposed change in how the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board calculates the price.
The price of gasoline in Nova Scotia is likely to increase by about two cents a litre mid-February, due to a proposed change in how the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board calculates the price.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. —

The temperature’s not the only thing on the rise this week across Newfoundland and Labrador. 

As of Thursday morning’s weekly Public Utilities Board price adjustment, the maximum price for a litre of gas climbed 4.3 cents. 

That brings the max price for a litre of self-service fuel in the Avalon region to $1.26.

Other price changes include:

  • diesel motor fuel will increase by up to 0.7 cents per litre (cpl)
  • furnace oil heating fuel will increase by 0.37 cpl
  • stove oil heating fuel will increase by 0.46 cpl;

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