Having just returned from a visit to the Northwest Territories, I was surprised that the price of regular gas at the pump was less than the price of the same commodity in Prince George.
It was $1.31.9 litre at Hay River. I notice that the Prince George price is now the same. It was even cheaper at High Level, in northern alberta. The cost there was $1.15.9, while in other parts close to the B.C. border it was $1.19.9 a litre.
If Hay River can afford to keep the price the same as Prince George, which is much closer to a refinery, then we are being charged far too much especially, when High Level is 16 cents a litre cheaper.
I suggest a vacation in Alberta and the NWT would be a cheaper place to spend a holiday.