Gas prices in Vancouver will hit July levels tomorrow, peaking at 10 cents

Gas prices are expected to see another big increase in Vancouver tomorrow, following a high we saw in July after a sustained trend.

On Tuesday, gas prices were at $1,949 per liter in Metro Vancouver. On Wednesday, prices rose nine cents to $2,039; on Wednesday, they rose again by five cents to $2,089; tomorrow they are expected to rise 10 cents to $2,189.

Tomorrow’s peak will see gas prices in Vancouver reach their all-time high since July earlier this year.

According to Dan McTeague, the president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, Victoria could also see a price increase.

Prices have fluctuated steadily from a low we saw in August to highs we saw in July and June earlier this summer. However, it remains to be seen whether this trend will continue to steer us towards the record-breaking gas prices we saw in early June when average prices in Metro Vancouver soared above $2.3 per liter.

Some social media users responded to the spike, comparing prices in Vancouver to Edmonton.

Prices are predicted to reach $1,289 tomorrow in Edmonton, which is nearly a whole dollar a liter cheaper than in Vancouver.

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