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Chevron Mar17 - Jim Sinclair
Chevron Mar17
— image credit: Jim Sinclair

Prices have been bouncing up and down like jumping beans in the past couple of weeks. Consumers are no doubt pleased with an apparent downward trend on March 17. Prices at other outlets ranged as high as $1.27 per litre.

 

 

 

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