Gas prices jump again

Staff ~ The Truro Daily News
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TRURO - The price at the pump has jumped, once again, four cents to $1.41. 

This follows last week's seven-cent increase to $1.37. 

The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board sets the price of gas weekly.

 

Organizations: Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board

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  • JLM
    July 21, 2013 - 17:51

    Gassy, I don't presume to know what type of vehicle you drive, but when the price of gas became so high, I traded in the SUV for a smaller more fuel-efficient one. Could you car pool with anyone?

  • Jhenwood
    July 21, 2013 - 03:04

    There is no need for the gas prices to be as high as they are. It is nothing but greed on the gas companies. They want to rip more money out of our pockets and put it into theirs. People are not as encouraged to travel because of the prices. If prices keep going up people are going to have to choose either buy gas for their vehicles so they can continue to work or buy food

  • gassy
    July 19, 2013 - 18:32

    Great! It already takes 1/4 of a day's pay for gas to get to and from work. They keep it going and I will just ask my boss to make my pay check payable to superstore gas bar. At least I get the gas coupons to buy some food.

  • wayne
    July 19, 2013 - 11:47

    maybe we should start to boycott one of the major oil companies like imperial or irving then maybe things might change