Gas prices to fall four cents Thursday in Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Halton Hills


Published January 4, 2023 at 1:14 pm

Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills residents looking to stop at a gas station on Wednesday (Jan 4) may want to hold off a day before filling up their vehicles.

Doing so will save them some money at the gas pump as prices across the GTA are expected to drop four cents to $1.45.9 a litre on Thursday, according to gas industry analyst and Canadians for Affordable Energy President Dan McTeague.

Diesel prices will take an even bigger fall with a 12 cent dip to $1.97.9 a litre on Thursday.

Peterborough remains the cheapest city to find gas in the province with prices there expected to fall two cents to $1.36.9 a litre.

The most expensive gas today in Canada can be found in Vancouver, where prices went up four cents to $1.61.9 a litre.

Edmonton drivers are paying the least for gas across the country. Prices there stayed at $1.31.9 a lire.


Here are the cheapest prices you will find today (Jan. 4) in Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills, according to GasBuddy:



146.9 cents per litre at Econo (2383 Dundas St. W.)



147.6 cents per litre at Pioneer (850 Appleby Line)



145.3 cents per litre at Petro-Canada (8612 Regional Rd. 25)



144.9 cents per litre at Petro-Canada (13515 Hwy. 7)



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