There is some relief at the pumps for motorists in Nova Scotia, where gas prices dropped below $1 overnight.
This comes after Nova Scotia’s Utility and Review Board invoked the interrupter clause due to this week’s dramatic drop in world oil prices.
The price of regular self-serve in the Halifax area dropped by 10.6 cents per litre to a new minimum price of 95.3 cents per litre.
Diesel is down by 10.3 cents in the Halifax area, bringing the new minimum price for self-serve to 91.7 cents per litre.
Gas prices have also dropped dramatically in New Brunswick, where regular self-serve is down by 10.3 cents, now sitting at a maximum price of $103.3.
Diesel is down by 8.3 cents, bringing the new maximum price to $110.9.
More to come…