Gasoline prices fell sharply in Nova Scotia early Friday morning.
Pump prices have dropped 9 cents, and Nova Scotia now pays $1.73 per liter for the usual self-service minimum for gasoline.
Cape Brettners has the highest gas prices, at a minimum of $1.75 per liter.
This was after a series of price drops in July. A month ago, people in Nova Scotia were paying about $1.93 per liter.
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Friday’s drop sent Nova Scotia gasoline prices to their lowest since April 15, when they fell to $1.68 per liter.
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Diesel prices are also down as of Friday. The price of the pump has dropped 6.1 cents per liter to 1.79 cents from the usual self-serve lowest price.
A month ago, the price of diesel in Nova Scotia was about $1.95 per liter.
Gasoline prices remain volatile around the world, boosted by Russia’s war in Ukraine and a global rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Gas drops 9 cents in Nova Scotia to lowest since April – Halifax
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