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Gas prices jump as UARB invokes interrupter again

The minimum price for gasoline is up by 10.9 cents to 186.2. On the diesel side there's been a 9.6 cent increase, bringing the price for fuel to 199.7
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Gas pumps. (Pixabay)

The hits keep coming at the gas pumps. 

Prices have spiked again this morning after the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board made the call to once again use its interrupter clause to raise prices outside the regular weekly adjustment.

The minimum price for gasoline is up by 10.9 cents to 186.2. On the diesel side there's been a 9.6 cent increase, bringing the price for fuel to 199.7. 

The price for gasoline has jumped nearly 30 cents over the past two weeks. This also marks the third time the interrupter clause has been invoked in the early days of March. 



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