Wednesday July 23, 2014

Gas prices dip in New Brunswick

WOODSTOCK, N.B. - Gas prices have dropped a little in New Brunswick.

The maximum price for regular self-serve gasoline is now $1.26 per litre that's a dip of 1.7 cents.

However, diesel prices are on the rise.

Diesel jumped seven tenths of a cent to a $1.38.

Furnace oil crept up by two-tenths of a cent to $1.17 per litre.



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