Fuel prices drop on the north coast today as prices come on par with the rest of the province.
Effective today gasoline will drop by 2.8 cents per liter.
That brings the price of gasoline on the north coast of Labrador to $1.36.6.
Home heating fuel has also dropped by 1.13cents per liter.
It is now $1.03.26.
The price adjustment comes with the lifting of the price freeze here on the north coast.
It is lifted once new supplies are able to make it into the communities.
The price freeze lift comes nearly two weeks later than last year when it was lifted on July 2.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
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