Yesterday, we learned that gas prices across Ontario were slated to drop significantly across the province. The reason, according to a GasBuddy spokesperson, is based on a "historical drop in crude prices," which plummeted by 7.8 percent this week.
Now, Ontario is beginning to see the effects of that historical drop at the pumps. A four-cent drop in price per litre was predicted, but some parts of the province are seeing prices dip as low as 92.3/litre.
That particular gas station currently holds the title for the lowest prices in the entire province. It's located in the town of Hagersville, about a thirty-minute drive from Brantford. In second place is the Costco in London-West at 94.9/litre.
Here are the ten stations with the lowest gas prices in Ontario today:
In the GTA, the prices are pretty comparable. There are four pumps in the Toronto area, both in the East and West end, that are currently sitting at 99.9/litre.
As you can see, among the top ten cheapest gas stations in the GTA right now, the most expensive is 105.6/litre. Which, compared to this time a couple months ago, is pretty great.
To find the cheapest gas near you, check out GasBuddy's lowest price locator.