Paying more at the pumps; slight increase in gas prices across Maritimes
Maritimers will be paying more at the pumps this week, as gas prices slightly increased in all three provinces.
Overnight Thursday, the price of regular self-serve in Nova Scotia rose by 0.6 cents a litre for a minimum price of $1.371 per litre.
The price of diesel also increased in Nova Scotia, up 0.8 cents for a minimum price of $1.262 a litre.
The price of regular self-serve also increased in P.E.I., up 1.2 cents overnight to a new minimum price of $1.400 per litre.
Diesel prices in P.E.I. did not change this week and remain at $1.380 per litre.
Overnight Wednesday, New Brunswick’s gas prices increased by 1.8 cents a litre for regular self serve, to a new minimum price of $1.429.
Diesel prices in New Brunswick also increased 0.3 cents per litre to a new minimum price of $1.405.