Big jump in gasoline prices across Nova Scotia

Gasoline prices across the province have smashed through the $1.80 plateau.

The Nova Scotia Utilities and Review Board (NSUARB) used its weekly adjustment to move the price for self-serve regular gas up by 9.8 cents to a new minimum price of 1.85

Friday’s increase in price means that a 50L fill-up costs $4.90 more than it did on Thursday.

There was some good news for those needing diesel.  Fuel prices retreated, with the price falling by 3 cents to 186.8

At this time last year, drivers were paying 1.60 for gasoline and 1.53 for diesel.

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