Ontario Gas Prices Are Set To Rise This Week & Here's The Best Time To Fill Up

The price hike will hit spots like Toronto, Ottawa and London.

Toronto Staff Writer
Ontario Gas Prices Are Set To Rise This Week & Here's The Best Time To Fill Up

Ontario gas prices are set to spike once again this week, but thankfully, it doesn't seem like it will last for long.

Dan McTeague, president of Canadians for Affordable Energy and gas analyst, revealed in a tweet on Wednesday that most of Ontario will see a 2 cents per litre gas hike on Thursday.

The leap, which will bring gas prices up to a total of 149.9 cents per litre, will hit a number of major cities including Toronto, London, Barrie, Hamilton and Ottawa.

However, if you're looking to fill up your tank for as little as possible, it's best to hold off until Friday, when McTeague predicts that prices will fall again.

Prices are expected to drop by 2 to 3 cents, which means some spots could see gas prices fall back to around 146.9 cents per litre.

There's nothing like finding a reasonable price for gas — but this week, that may be tricky because Ontario gas prices are set to rise.

Dan McTeague, gas price analyst and president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, shared in a tweet that prices are set to rise 2 cents per litre across most of the province, bringing prices in the GTA up to 144.9 cents per litre this Thursday.

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Anyone who is looking to fill up their tanks soon may want to act quickly because Ontario's gas prices are expected to go up on Thursday, with one city getting hit pretty hard.

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There is going to be a small window of opportunity to save on Ontario's gas prices this week.

Dan McTeague, president of Canadians for Affordable Energy and gas analyst, tweeted that prices are likely going to fall two cents a litre this Thursday, December 2, in the GTA, Ottawa, Hamilton, Barrie, London, Kitchener, Niagara, Windsor, and most other places across Ontario.

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