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Drivers can expect to see a drop in Ontario gas prices on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, potentially reaching their lowest point since January. Welcome news for drivers who've been feeling the financial strain of high gas prices for months.

According to Dan McTeague, gas analyst and president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, gas prices will fall by 3 cents on Wednesday, bringing stations down to 140.9 cents per litre for cities including Toronto, Ottawa and Windsor.

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Ontario gas prices may be at their lowest in months this hump day, but some bad news is definitely on the brink. Procrastinators, beware.

According to gas analyst Dan McTeague, prices are set to rise by 4 cents on Thursday, December 1, 2022, leaving totals at 146.9 cents per litre at the pumps for most of the province, including Toronto, Ottawa, Niagara and Windsor.

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Drivers could be in for some serious savings this hump day, as Ontario gas prices could drop to their lowest in months.

According to gas analyst Dan McTeague, most of the province's gas stations will see their pumps drop by 4 cents on Wednesday, November 30, bringing prices to their lowest since January 12, 2022.

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What fluctuates wildly and makes owning a vehicle a constant gamble? Ontario gas prices. But not on Friday. It will be a good day for fuelling up, at least, that's what the latest Gas Wizard predictions suggest.

Gas analyst Dan McTeague announced via Twitter on Wednesday that most pumps in the province would be down 5 cents on Friday, November 25, 2022, leaving cities such as Toronto, Ottawa, and Windsor offering 152.9 cents per litre.

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Ontario gas prices are set to rise on Thursday, so motorists looking to save their money will want to hit up their local station before hump day is over.

According to Gas Wizard's latest predictions, most provincial regions will see their pumps rise by 3 cents on Thursday, November 24, 2022, leaving cities such as Toronto, Ottawa, Windsor and the Niagara region offering 157.9 cents per litre by tomorrow.

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