Fuel prices in the province have sky-rocketed over four cents today.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities sets fuel prices in this province.
Customers in Nunatsiavut will now pay $1.38 per litre for regular gasoline.
That’s a 4.4 cent increase from last week.
They will also notice a 3.72 cent jump in home heating fuel.
Home heating fuel is now nearly $1.10 per litre.
Upper Lake Melville residents are now paying about $1.18 per litre following the 4.4 cent increase in gasoline.
Home heating fuel jumped by 3.72 cents following the latest adjustment.
Customers in that region are now paying nearly 88 cpl.
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Fuel Prices Sky-Rocket Following an Adjustment
Posted by Radio Producer at 10:57 AM
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don't sound like you guys have anyone in provincial govt. fighting for you,your govt. official must be from the island portion of the province.ReplyDelete