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The fall season continues… for the price of gas in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Following a slight increase in last week’s scheduled weekly price adjustment, the cost of gas continued its downward trend with a 1.7 cent per litre (cpl) dip at provincial pumps. It’s the ninth time in 10 weeks that price has fell.
The most one will pay for a litre of self-service fuel on the Avalon peninsula is $1.14.
Meanwhile, diesel, furnace and stove oil slid about a cent per litre each and propane climbed one cent.
The next scheduled price change will be delayed until next Friday due to the holiday season.