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This was an eight station monitor and it showed the Husky outlet on Alaska Road south flying solo now with the low end price of a dollar 26, point nine cents a liter.

 Five other outlets—including the two Shell stations, Chevron, Esso, and Safeway—were now at the high end price of a dollar 38, point nine, making it the most common posted price.

 However, the two PetroCan outlets had backed away from that price, and they had fallen back, to a dollar 34, point nine.

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Meantime, according to Gas Buddy dot com, only the Husky outlet was below the provincial and national averages which were a dollar 29 point one, and a dollar 30 point nine, respectively.

Again we note, this monitor was taken at a time when the price of crude oil had surged forward by more than two dollars a barrel, and was within about 30 cents of 105 dollars U-S.

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