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Old Posted Jun 2, 2014, 5:27 AM
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Most stations have been around 119 today. It was 112 most of the week though.
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127.9 here at most stations in Calgary, though I have seen 125.9.
Yeah, looks like the price took a big leap in the last few days I filled up for 123.9 yesterday at the Centex on Center St north. Most places seem to be in the mid to high 120's
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1.23 pretty much all over Edmonton, 1.37 in McMurray last Weds. so should be kicking up to 1.40 now.
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144.9, 145.9, or 146.9, depending on which station you go to.

Much variation in price. Many competition. Wow. Thanks, SunCor monopoly on all the gas sold here.
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Has been stuck around 138.9 for weeks in Gatineau.
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I paid 142.7 yesterday. Apparently gas is supposed to go down by 2 cents today, I'll have to check that out.
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133.9 And don't forget the 0.9. We may have gotten rid of the penny, but gas stations still price in tenths of a cent (a mill).
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133.9 And don't forget the 0.9. We may have gotten rid of the penny, but gas stations still price in tenths of a cent (a mill).
We never had tenth of a cent coins. The loss of the penny has nothing to do with how they price things, it's simply driven by idiot consumer behaviour that focuses on insignificant differences in pricing as if tiny differences mattered.
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of course I am aware of this.
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Prices starting to ebb here. this morning we were at 1.21 at some station. If this pattern continues we will see the price drop to 1.15 then jump up 10c
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A lot of the raw materials we purchase at my work are priced down to ten-thousandths of a cent. It looks like "$0.023125/unit". A box contains 10,000 units and it comes to $231.25 per box.
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Maybe I'm the exception, but I keep chuckling a bit when I fill up. Every vehicle I've bought in the past decade has been deliberately picked because it has better gas mileage than the last one.

Gas prices actually feel like they've going down for me, compared to summer 2007 or so. By a fair bit actually.
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What the frack! 155.9 in Vancouver for regular this morning. My diesel was only marginally better at 151.9

Stupid f@^#ing carbon tax.
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$142.3 London Ontario. Fuck.
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What the frack! 155.9 in Vancouver for regular this morning. My diesel was only marginally better at 151.9

Stupid f@^#ing carbon tax.
And its only going to get worse! I'm thinking of getting a Nexus pass soon because this is just damn ridiculous! The thing is this will really turn people off from the upcoming transit referendum....
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144.9, 145.9, or 146.9, depending on which station you go to.

Much variation in price. Many competition. Wow. Thanks, SunCor monopoly on all the gas sold here.
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Old Posted Jun 21, 2014, 7:16 PM
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125.9 this morning in Calgary, don't feel to bad about that and Edmonton is no doubt still cheaper.
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was 124.9 on thursday in high level, was 154.9 in vancouver wednesday
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Jumped up 5 cents overnight from 139.9 to 144.9.
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