Looks like we could see another hike in gas prices this week in places like Regina and Saskatoon.
Dan McTeague is a senior analyst with Gas Buddy dot com.
He says depending on where you are on the prairies, we could see a hike between four-to-12-cents a litre.
Regina and Saskatoon, says McTeague, are likely to see about a 4-cent hike.
McTeague says fuel retailers are taking a hit with the lower prices of gasoline and consumers are going to pay the price.
The last time Regina saw gas prices near a dollar-a-litre was in mid-August and late May.
McTeague has said while the markets can dictate how high the price of fuel can go, consumers can also choose not to fill up when the price gets too high.
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