Gas prices in N.S. fall nine cents in two days
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Published Friday, September 21, 2012 10:50AM ADT
HALIFAX -- Gas prices in Nova Scotia have taken a nine-cent tumble this week.
Prices fell six cents early Thursday when the Utility and Review Board used the so-called interrupter clause.
New prices typically come in effect on Fridays, but the interrupter allows the board to make unscheduled changes when there's a sudden market shift.
As of today, the price of regular self-serve is down another three cents.
It's now selling for about $1.34 in the Halifax area.
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