Apr 19, 2018
By Andy Johnson
Concerns about higher gas prices in Canada seem to be well founded.
Prices spiked over the past month with drivers playing between $1.20 and $1.40 a litre.
The Chief Petroleum Analyst at Ontario-based En-Pro thinks, with crude oil prices on the rise in the United States, we are going to get hit again. Roger McKnight adds, the on-going dispute over the Kinder Morgan Pipeline between Alberta and B.C. and a possible C.P. rail strike this weekend are adding to the uncertainty.