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Interrupter invoked again driving diesel prices higher in N.S.

The UARB has invoked the interrupter clause to raise diesel prices by 9.2 cents to a new minimum of 193.2, while gasoline prices were not changed
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Diesel prices have again jumped in Nova Scotia.

The provincial regulator has invoked the interrupter clause to raise the price for fuel by 9.2 cents to a new minimum price of 193.2.

Gasoline prices were not impacted by the change, and remain at 166.6.

This is the fifth time this month that the UARB has used the interrupter to change prices at the pumps.

New Brunswick's regulator also used the interrupter to raise the price for diesel in that province, with the price for fuel rising by 8.4 cents to a maximum price of 210.5.



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