The price of gas in Regina has been going down and down and down over the last few weeks, but on Tuesday it started to climb.
Many stations in Regina are at 74.9 cents a litre, but as of late Tuesday afternoon, Reginagasprices.com was reporing some stations were still at 65.9 cents a litre.
There had been talk of gas prices starting to go up with the price getting back to a dollar a litre in time for the Family Day long weekend.
Dan McTeague is an Senior Petoroleum analyst with Gas Buddy Dot Com.
He says the cause is linked to several Midwest refineries cutting production rates because of low refinery margins.
McTeague adds Midwest US prices shot up 43 cents a gallon last week.
At this time last year, Regina motorists were shelling out 94 cents for a litre of gas.
GasBuddy expects people will be paying a dollar-per-litre by early April.