Ontario Gas Prices Are Set To Drop This Week & Here’s Where They Will Be The Cheapest

It's a bird, it's a plane, no, it's gas prices finally going down!

Dan McTeague, President of Canadians for Affordable Energy and gas analyst, tweeted that most of Ontario will see a 2 cent decrease per litre this Friday.

Toronto and the GTA should see prices down to 146.9 cents per litre, so if you happen to be running low on gas, you might want to stay in today and wait to fill up your tank until tomorrow.

The cheapest spots to fill up in Ontario will be Peterborough, with gas prices predicted to go down 3 cents tomorrow at 141.9, Kingston, which will also be down 3 cents at 144.9, and Ottawa where prices are expected to lower by 2 cents to 145.9 according to Gas Wizard.

The priciest spot to fill up tomorrow will be Thunder Bay with prices remaining at a whopping 154.9 cents per litre.

Unfortunately, what goes down (or in this case, plateaus) must eventually come back up.

Gas prices are expected to rise on Wednesday after recently dropping slightly. So, if you're looking to save some money, you might want to head to the pumps today or be a bit picky about where you fill up tomorrow.

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Dan McTeague, gas analyst and president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, revealed on Wednesday that prices are rising 2 cents a litre in some spots on November 18.

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If you love saving money and happen to need gas, Friday is going to be a great day for you.

Ontario gas prices have broken records the past couple of months for all-time highs, but at the end of this week, the province will catch a break with prices dropping.

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Ontario drivers, you might want to fill up your tanks now because gas prices are set to rise back up again on Wednesday.

Dan McTeague, gas analyst and president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, tweeted on Monday afternoon that there will be yet another two-cent spike when you pump your cars up on November 10.

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