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Diesel prices go up after interrupter invoked

Diesel prices are up 8.3 cents to 203.7 after the UARB invoked the interrupter clause
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Diesel prices are up across Nova Scotia on Wednesday morning.

The provincial regulator using the interrupter clause at midnight to raise the price for fuel 8.3 cents to 203.7.

Gasoline prices did not change overnight, remaining at 167.9.

This is the second time this month that the provincial Utilities and Review Board has used the interrupter clause to adjust diesel prices.

Both diesel and gasoline prices will be adjusted again on Friday.
 



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