Ontario gas prices will fall tomorrow and it’s cheapest here

Ontario’s drivers will receive much-needed relief tomorrow, as gas prices are finally falling from the bleak highs they reached earlier this week. Though to be fair, the amount is hardly worth celebrating.

According to Gas Wizard, pump prices in most of the province will fall by as much as 1 cent per liter, bringing totals for cities like Toronto, London and Waterloo to 189.9 on Thursday.

The dip isn’t much of a relief for motorists, but as gas prices rose 4 cents on Wednesday, with some regions matching a new record, this is at least a positive change.

So finding a really cheap place for gas in Ontario right now is like finding a needle in a haystack. However, a few areas are significantly lower than everywhere else.

Right now, Peterborough is the place to go when you need to fill up your tank, at a relatively respectable 183.9 cents a litre.

Meanwhile, Cornwall isn’t too far behind, with a 185.9 fare for the city.

Of course you can’t have yang without yin, with northern cities offering absolutely terrible numbers at their pumps.

In fact, Sudbury offers its drivers a whopping 202.3 cents per liter on its tanks, while Thunder Bay offers an equally awful 196.9.

Fortunately, there is a plan to cool the rising gas prices in the province at the beginning of the summer.

The Ontario government announced new legislation in April that, if passed, would lower the gas tax for six months.

As of July 1, 2022, the gas tax will be reduced by 5.7 cents per liter and the fuel tax by 5.3 cents per liter.

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