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It's in the 120s here. The Public Utilities Board will raise the maximum allowable price by around 14 cents on Thursday.
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A lot of stations are now 144.9 in the Vancouver area.
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98.9 at the Safeway pumps in Edmonton without the coupon receipt discount
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Old Posted Sep 6, 2017, 2:19 AM
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Superstore went up to $1.299 today, but all the stations over $1.35 are down to $1.309. Still a few at $1.199.
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Cosco in Edmonton was 98 last night. most gas stations are siting around 101 or 102 this morning
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Vancouver hasn't seen $1.01 in a decade.
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Vancouver hasn't seen $1.01 in a decade.
Winnipeg went as low as 67 during the winter of 15-16
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Run on the gas stations here tonight. Lines more than an hour long at Costco. Everywhere else is busy in the sense that the cashiers talk to you about how exhausted they are, but not busy visually - just a steady flow (I only had to wait for one car to finish before I could fill my own; and I overheard two different conversations about how stupid it is to wait in line at Costco when other stations in the city are only 5cents more).

Also, the rumour is that it's going up 50 cents tomorrow. Mom called me in a panic. It's 14 cents, approximately.
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Old Posted Sep 9, 2017, 3:46 AM
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Superstore is back down to $1.259, everyone else is the same as the other day.
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Most stations in Timmins are 136.9 and the price has gone down only 2 cents since the spike.
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Winnipeg went as low as 67 during the winter of 15-16
I remember not wanting to fill up my gas if it went over 70.... in 1999.
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It's now 131.9 in a lot of stations in Surrey.
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Prices have dropped about a dime in Ottawa, to $1.20, still up fifteen cents from where they were. I have been amazed at the lack of consumer reaction to this scam.
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I have been amazed at the lack of consumer reaction to this scam.
How can you tell? Maybe people did "react" by driving less and only getting the minimum volumes of gas at a time (say, $10, then you wait).

At least I can say _I_ didn't bite as a consumer - as chance had it, I had several red jerrycans of pre-Harvey gasoline in stock. I don't expect normal people to go that far, though
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$1.21 this morning in Toronto. It was as high as $1.32 last week.

I've done very little driving in the past few days, using the TTC more.
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Gas is now a ridiculous $147.9 in Vancouver for regular. Thanks carbon tax!
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1.05-1.15 In Edmonton.
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Gas is now a ridiculous $147.9 in Vancouver for regular. Thanks carbon tax!
Haha, it could have been $142.9! Fucking carbon tax!!

I didn't even look at the gas price when I last filled up so I don't know what it was but it's apparently around $1.219 here. #OntarioPrivileges
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Just filled up for 98.9 at a Safeway in Edmonton, plus I saved 5 cents a litre on top of that because I spent $50 on groceries.
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was 127.9 at costco in Langley, most stations in Langley it was 128.9. North side of the river, coquitlam and burnaby it is 137.9
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