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No Relief in Sight at Pumps with Summer Pricing Approaching | Cochrane Now

With Canadian drivers seeing average pump prices surge ahead of their year-ago level, there are troubling signs that prices will become even more expensive thanks to the switch-over to summer gasoline,” says Dan McTeague, senior petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.

GasBuddy forecasts gas will climb another two cents this week. By early summer last year it wasn’t unusual to be paying $1.33 per litres with prices peaking around the $1.39 mark in early July.

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