Friday April 25, 2014

Fuel prices in New Brunswick rise for third week in a row

MONCTON, N.B. - The provincial energy and utilities board has hiked the price of gas in New Brunswick again this week.

Regular self-serve is up 2.1 cents to a new top price of $1.27 a litre.

Diesel and furnace oil are also up this week.

Diesel has jumped 1.8 cents a litre and furnace oil is up 1.2 cents a litre.

The increases mark the third week in a row that the prices have risen.



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