Many people living on the North Coast are now aware that gasoline prices have now been frozen.
Effective at 12:01am on Thursday, November 4, the Public Utilities Board’s (PUB) weekly price adjustment placed a price freeze for Labrador’s coasts.
The maximum fuel prices for gasoline saw a small increase of 1.1 cents per litre (cpl).
Resident’s now purchasing regular gasoline at the pumps will now pay $1.39.
Stove oil heating fuel however saw decrease of 0.13 cpl, and customers will now $1.08 at the pumps.
The price freeze on all fuels in Labrador’s Coastal Communities will last till the end of the winter season.