Ontario Gas Prices Are Set To Rise Again This Week & 1 City Will Be The Most Expensive

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.

These newly inflated gas prices will impact drivers all over the province, too.

According to Gas Wizard, Toronto, Hamilton, Barrie, Kingston, Niagara, Waterloo and Windsor are likely going to be paying 146.9 cents a litre when they fill up their tanks. While Ottawa's gas prices are also set to rise by two cents, it's just slightly cheaper at 145.9 cents per litre.

Thunder Bay drivers have the most expensive gas prices at the moment, as they're likely going to be shelling out 151.9 cents per litre at the pumps (ouch). Sudbury comes in at a close second at 150.9 cents a litre.

Drivers in Peterborough might have a bit of a shock when they hit up the gas station because their gas prices are expected to shoot up by six cents to 144.9 cents per litre.

If you filled up over the weekend, you probably noticed that Ontario gas prices are surprisingly low right now. In fact, they are downright affordable, which, as you've likely guessed, won't last very long.

After months of ping-ponging prices, the province's cost of gas dropped by a whopping 11 cents on Sunday, bringing it to its lowest rate since the summer.

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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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