January 11, 2016 - 8:09 AM
KAMLOOPS - If you’ve been tracking the gas prices in Kamloops you know they go up and down, and on a regular basis, and this week we are back below $1 per litre, about 13 cents below where we were a week ago, and right where we were a year ago.
BCgasprices.com, a consumer-driven gas price reporting website, is showing prices ranging from a low of 89.9 cents per litre at Costco to 105.9 at a cardlock on Paul Lake Road. As of this morning, prices at half a dozen stations are reported at 92.9 cents per litre while a few more stations are just a penny more.
Just last week Kamloops gas prices were averaging 105.9 cents per litre but the second week of January 2015 had gas prices around the same price, with some stations sitting near 91.9 cents per litre.
The average gas price in B.C. is hovering near 106 cents per litre this morning, and the average price across Canada is about 95.4 cents per litres. The Thompson-Nicola region, with an average price of 96.8 cents per litres, is one of the cheapest regions in the province for gas.
The cheapest gas in the province, 85.9 cents per litre, is currently reported at a Costco in Prince George while the most expensive is 125.9 cents per litre in Aldergrove.
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