Interior gas prices poised to climb ahead of long weekend
Adam Proskiw - Reporter
The Petro Canada on Lakeshore Drive is one of several Interior stations raising the prices ahead of the long weekend.
(JENNA HICKMAN / iNFOnews.ca)
August 03, 2017 - 10:12 AM
CENTRAL OKANAGAN – Some gas stations across the Interior have begun raising their prices ahead of the long weekend, but there are still bargains to be had in all major cities.
In Kelowna, several stations like Shell and Esso on Springfield and Rutland Roads hiked their prices eight cents overnight and now sit at 117.9. According to GasBuddy.com, there are still around a dozen stations in the city offering at 109.9.
As of this morning, Penticton Real Canadian Wholesale Club on Main Street, the Co-op station on Main and several others are selling gas at 107.9 per litre but many others are already at 117.9.
Vernon is also seeing a gradual climb in prices but still offer regular grade gas at 109.9 at the Superstore on Anderson Way, the Super Save and Husky on 27th Street.
As usual, Kamloops is offering fuel at significantly less cost than any Okanagan city, and has yet to climb past 112.9.
Costco on Versatile Road is selling at 101.9 this morning, with Canco and XTR at 103.9 and 104.9.
Prince George is offering the lowest priced gas in the province today, at between 94.9 and 101.9. Bowen Island is the most expensive, at 140.9.
For up-to-date prices at your local stations, visit GasBuddy.com
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