Fort St. John gas prices jump 10 cents.
The new common posted price for gasoline in Fort St. John is a $1.379 a litre, which is two cents higher than the new provincial average. It also works out to about $6.27 cents an imperial gallon, and was in place at five of the seven filling stations in a morning price monitor today.
The two which have not yet posted the 10 cent a litre hike are the Safeway and Shell stations on 100th street.
At $1.359, the provincial average is up five cents a litre in the past week, but is only about one cent higher than it was a year ago. The national average, which has jumped slightly more than three cents in the past week, is now up to $1.278 a litre.
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