That marks the first time in many months, maybe a few years now that the price has dropped below the $1.00 per gallon mark.
Prince Rupert motorists have been watching the sign boards at local stations for much of the last month as the price began it's descent from the days of $1.28 recorded in early March.
The drop in pricing has been seen across the province in recent weeks, as the Canadian market adjusts to the ongoing turmoil in the global oil industry.
For the moment, Prince Rupert makes for the lowest prices in the Northwest, at least as recorded by the online reporting program on the GasBuddy.com website.
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