Gas prices going up again in Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills

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Published April 19, 2022 at 10:53 am

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Gas prices are climbing seven cents a litre in Oakville and Burlington on Wednesday. INSAUGA PHOTO

The steady rise in the price of gas will continue Wednesday in Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills.

Dan McTeague, President of Canadians for Affordable Energy and a gas price analyst, is saying that it will cost you seven cents more a litre to fill your gas tank in Halton Region and across most of Ontario.

Drivers in Oakville and Burlington will be paying $1.84.9 a litre when they hit the pumps tomorrow.

 

Sudbury residents will wake up to an even higher increase with prices there climbing 13.6 cents a litre, the highest in the country, to $1.86.9.

Residents in Cornwall will pay just four cents more at $1.79.9 a litre.

The cheapest gas in the province on Wednesday can be found in Kingston where it will set you back $1.77.9 a litre.

The most expensive place to fill up in Canada is still in Vancouver where the price of gas is $2.04.9 a litre.

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