In the past week, while Fort St. John prices went on a bizarre roller-coaster ride, the national average price of gasoline rose slightly by three-tenths of cent to a $101.8 a liter.
That’s this week’s sixty city survey average from Calgary based MJ Ervin and Associates.
Its now three-fifths of a cent higher than the common local posted price in Fort St. John, which was back to $101.2 by the end of last week, shedding an increase of nearly 9 cents a liter posted earlier in the week.
BCGasPrices.com has the provincial average this morning up to $108.3 about three cents a liter higher than it was at the end of last month and 12 cents higher than a year ago.
It also shows the lowest price in the province at 92.4 cents in Cranbrook and the top end price again in Fort Nelson at $118.9.