Gasoline prices rise across Nova Scotia

Drivers in Nova Scotia are paying more to fill up their tanks.

The Nova Scotia Utilities and Review Board (UARB) used its weekly adjustment to move the price of gasoline up by 3.1 cents to a new minimum of 175.2.

Diesel prices were also up slightly on Friday, with the cost for fuel rising by 1.7 cents to 189.8

At this time last year, we were paying 1.68 for gasoline and 1.53 for diesel.

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