With oil at its longest declining streak in cost-per-barrel since 1986 (8 consecutive weeks), what is happening to the price of gasoline at the pumps?
Is it going down fairly, or not so much?
There’s a gasoline price war in St. Catharines, Ontario, where a litre of regular sold for .84 cents on Thursday. In London, Ontario it was 97.9, while in Calgary and Edmonton it was $1.13.9 and 1.10.9, respectively. What’s going on?