The carbon tax will go up 23% across Canada on April 1, which translates into 3.3 cents per litre of gasoline at the pumps.

But, after holding fairly steady in March, prices went up by more than 10 cents a litre overnight in Kamloops, Kelowna and Penticton.

Only Vernon prices stayed the same overnight but they went up nine cents a litre last Friday.

Kamloops stations ranged from $1.64.9 to $1.67.9 for the last 10 days but most stations rose to $1.74.9 today, March 28.

Costco, as usual, was the exception, showing $1.61.9 this morning on

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Kelowna prices actually dropped to $1.59.9 earlier this week from $1.63.9 but jumped to $1.74.9 today. Costco, again, is the exception at $1.64.9.

Penticton also went to $1.74.9 today, up from $1.61.9 earlier in the week.

Most stations in Vernon are selling gas for $1.67.9 today but a few are listed at $1.74.9. Vernon gas was selling for $1.58.9 per litre for most of March before going up by nine cents per litre last Friday.

Gas at Vancouver gas stations is selling in the $1.99.9 to $2.04.9 range while Calgary prices are mostly at $1.54.9.

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