Oliver had a wide swing, from $2.099 to $2.189, with prices in Osoyoos at $2.099.
Meanwhile, in the North Okanagan, Vernon’s prices were notably lower, ranging from $1.999 to $2.039. And just up the road in the Shuswap, Salmon Arm prices ranged from $1.959 to $1.999.
In the Lower Mainland, many gas stations are just below $2 a litre at $1.999, though two stations in Abbotsford are at $1.929. And that region, unlike the Okanagan, has an extra tax on gas at 18.5 cents per litre to support public transit.
Last month, a poll by Ipsos said 69 per cent of respondents in Canada said they were concerned they might not be able to afford gas.
“There’s a great deal of concern about the affordability of gas,” Gregory Jack, Ipsos Canada’s vice-president of public affairs, said in an interview with Global News.
“The worry is especially true across the country and especially with people who have kids.”
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