(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Thunder Bay’s gas prices have been pretty stagnant over the last month or so, with the odd dip and odd rise, but pretty much staying relatively the same.
The rest of the province has enjoyed declining gas prices, some places going as low as 97 cents per litre as of today.
Thunder Bay’s Red River Road and by extension Dawson Road has the highest prices in town for the much-needed petroleum, hitting $1.466.
The rest of the city is pretty much sitting at 1.399, a whopping 7 cents difference. What is making this strip so expensive?
Meanwhile, over in Fort William First Nation, good ole THP has gas at $1.13.
Let’s hope that the rest of the city doesn’t bump up to $1.466 and that the Red River/Dawson area drops to $1.399. Reports from multiple agencies have said that the gasoline supply has been decreasing recently, which could cause a spike in gas prices.
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