Manitobans filling up their vehicle may notice a cheaper price on their receipt than normal.
According to gas-price-tracking website GasBuddy Manitoba holds first place for having the cheapest fuel in Canada. In Winnipeg, prices sit at fourth in the country.
Winnipeg residents will see prices at the pump near the mid-80 cents per litre mark.
Manitoba also sits second in the country with the biggest price change from last year, while Ontario sits first.
That’s due to plunging oil prices over the past two months, according to fuel experts at GasBuddy.
Worries of an economic downturn, a U.S.-China trading tiff and concerns that members of the OPEC oil cartel won’t live up to production cuts influenced the price cuts.
The lowest average price last year in Winnipeg was 82.3 cents in July.
But the company says motorists should fuel soon, as prices are on the rise for the weekend.