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Gas prices vary widely throughout British Columbia, Western Canada

With the price of crude oil falling, so have prices at the pump. Here's a quick look at several per-litre gas prices across Western Canada. Global News

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With the price of crude oil falling in Canada, so have prices at the pump. Here’s a look at various cities in British Columbia, plus places in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

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All reported prices, as of the morning of Saturday, Dec. 8th, 2018, are via GasBuddy. Exceptionally low gas prices are noted in brackets.

BRITISH COLUMBIA:

Vancouver Island

  • Victoria: $1.289
  • Nanaimo: $1.239
  • Courtney: $1.254 ($1.209, Costco)
  • Campbell River: $1.309
  • Port Hardy: $1.399
  • Gibsons: $1.409

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Lower Mainland

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  • Vancouver: $1.279
  • Burnaby: $1.279
  • New Westminster: $1.299
  • Coquitlam: $1.279
  • Surrey: $1.295
  • White Rock: $1.359
  • Langley: $1.269 ($1.239, Costco)
  • Chilliwack: $1.199
  • Hope: $1.229

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Southern Interior

  • Merritt: $1.289
  • Kamloops: $1.149 ($1.109, Costco)
  • Kelowna: $1.249
  • Vernon: $1.249
  • Salmon Arm: $1.249
  • Penticton: $1.219
  • Osoyoos: $1.219
  • Revelstoke: $1.299

Boundary-Kootenays

  • Grand Forks:
  • Castlegar: $1.317
  • Nelson: $1.327
  • Trail: $1.317
  • Cranbrook: $1.214
  • Fernie: $1.109

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Central Interior

  • 100 Mile House: $1.319
  • Williams Lake: $1.289
  • Quesnel: $1.293 ($1.179, Lhatko Gas)
  • Prince George: $1.149 ($1.099, Costco)

Northern B.C.

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  • Mackenzie: $1.189
  • Smithers: $1.329
  • Terrace: $1.289
  • Kitimat: $1.279
  • Prince Rupert: $1.269
  • Chetwynd: $1.279
  • Dawson Creek: $1.229
  • Fort St. John: $1.279

ALBERTA:

  • Calgary: $0.919
  • Edmonton: $0.879
  • Red Deer: $1.039 ($1.019, Costco)
  • Lethbridge: $1.089 ($1.039, Costco)
  • Medicine Hat: $0.989 ($0.969, Costco)
  • Grande Prairie: $1.099 ($1.049, Costco)
  • Banff: $1.029
  • Lloydminster: $1.056

SASKATCHEWAN

  • Saskatoon: $0.999 ($0.969, Costco)
  • Regina: $0.909
  • Prince Albert: $1.039
  • Swift Current: $1.089

MANITOBA

  • Brandon: $1.026
  • Portage la Prairie: $0.989
  • Winnipeg: $0.938 ($0.924, Costco)

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