After a sharp spike as high as $1.45 per litre on Wednesday, a little relief at the pumps was delivered today as Prince Ruperts four gas stations got back into sync, with $1.389 the price per litre found from the Industrial Park to the downtown core Thursday afternoon.
The pricing while still low compared to the prices of Vancouver and Vancouver Island is still a spike from recent weeks, where $1.289 per litre had been holding as the Prince Rupert benchmark price for a fair bit of time.
For those travelling the highway this week the price point varies across the Northwest with Gasbuddy.com providing the latest notes on the price at the pump as you make your way along Highway's 16, 37 and other byways of the North.
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More items of note related to travel along Highway 16 can be reviewed here.
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