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Happy Valentine's Day from big oil

February 14, 2013 - 12:12 PM

Folks might choose to stay home this Valentine's Day with gas prices shooting up 12 cents per litre in some locations today.

Travellers who didn't fill up this morning may be surprised to see prices that were hovering around the 116.9 mark now hiked to 128.9 cents per litre or more. And while filling the tank might cost an arm or a leg here in the Okanagan, it's still a bit better than it is on the coast today.

BCGasPrices.com is posting 141.9 cents per litre at a Shell Station in Richmond. The cheapest gas in B.C. is at a Co-Op in Duncan for 107.4 cents per litre.

The least expensive gas in Kelowna can be found at the following locations:

116.9 - Petro-Canada 1830 Underhill St. and Hwy 97 N
116.9 - Chevron 2315 Gordon Dr. and Guisachan Rd.
116.9 - Chevron 375 Harvey Ave. and Pandosy St.
116.9 - Petro-Canada 395 Glenmore Rd. and Kane Rd.
116.9 - Chevron 1890 Harvey Ave. and Spall Rd.
116.9 - Petro-Canada 3950 Lakeshore Dr. and Radant Rd.
116.9 - Super Save 1425 Hwy 33 W near Mills Road
116.9 - Petro-Canada 2693 Hwy 97 N and Leathead Rd.

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