Nova Scotia gas prices rise by 8 cents ahead of Thanksgiving long weekend – Halifax


Nova Scotians are paying extra on the pumps Friday after gas went up by eight cents in a single day.

In the Halifax space, the utmost worth of common unleaded self-service gas is now 167.5 cents per litre.

People in Cape Breton are paying as much as 169.4 cents per litre, whereas these in Guysborough, Pictou, Colchester, Antigonish and Cumberland counties are paying 168.6 cents.

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The new most worth for these in Kings, Lunenburg and japanese Annapolis counties is 168 cents per litre, whereas these in western Annapolis County, in addition to Yarmouth, Shelburne, Queens and Digby counties are actually paying 168.5 cents.

The value of diesel in Nova Scotia additionally went up by 15 cents Friday, with the utmost worth of diesel now starting from 215.2 cents within the Halifax space to 217.1 cents in Cape Breton.

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