Montreal Gas Price To Possibly Cost Only 93¢ Per Litre This Weekend

Here's something you don't hear very often: Gas prices in Montreal are going to drop. Usually the only gas related news we get are warnings that you should fill up ASAP before prices start rising, but this time the tables have turned.

Gas prices have been falling steadily in Canada. In Ontario it's down to 80¢ a litre. They're especially lucky because there is a price war going on in the area .

In Montreal however , gas prices averaged around $1.12 per litre during the summer. But it looks like things are about to change.

Dan McTeague, an analyst from TomorrowsGasPriceToday.com says that prices in Montreal could drop as low as 93¢ a litre. According to current demand trends price have nowhere to go but down.

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