Diesel cost is down this week
SYDNEY, N.S. — Gas prices are up this week across the province after the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board’s weekly price adjustment.
In Cape Breton, that means a litre of regular unleaded self serve gasoline is selling for a minimum price of 113.7 cents per litre — up from 112.3 cents per litre last week.
The new maximum price of 115.8 cents per litre is up from 114.4 cents per litre last week.
The cost of ultra-low sulfur diesel is down this week to a minimum price of 125.4 cents per litre across Cape Breton and a maximum price of 127.6 cents per litre.
Last week’s minimum price was 126.2 cents per litre, while the maximum price was 128.4 cents per litre.
The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board sets the prices each Friday.