Ontario Gas Prices Are Set To Drop Tomorrow & These Spots Have The Best Bang For Your Buck

Things are starting to look up.

Toronto Staff Writer
Toronto Esso station.

Toronto Esso station.

Ontario gas prices may have been keeping you and your wallet down, but it's time to stand up and fill up because prices are expected to drop for the second day in a row.

Dan McTeague, gas analyst and president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, quoted his previous tweet on Thursday morning with some "good news" that drivers can use.

According to McTeague's tweet, gas prices are set to fall three cents this Friday, June 17, following a one-cent drop today, bringing prices across Ontario in Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton, Niagara, Windsor and more down to 203.9 cents per litre.

Although everywhere may feel like a steal with recent gas prices, the cheapest place to fill up in Ontario, according to Gas Wizard, will be Peterborough, with prices expected to drop back down below the $2 mark to 198.9 cents per litre.

Cornwall is set to take second place with prices expected at 201.9 cents, and Barrie and London are tied for third at an anticipated 202.9 cents per litre.

Despite the slightly lower-than-recent prices gracing Ontario, quite a few areas in the province could still put you in debt when it comes to gas.

Sudbury gas prices are set to be the highest in Ontario this Friday at 219.9 cents per litre, according to Gas Wizard, followed by Thunder Bay, with prices expected at 216.5 cents per litre.

So, if you happen to live near Peterborough, it may be worth a trip to fill up, and if you're in Sudbury, you may want to buy a bike or learn to enjoy walking.

Brooke Houghton
Toronto Staff Writer
Brooke Houghton is a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada's Ontario Desk focused on celebrity news and is based in Toronto, Ontario.