The upward trend in the price for gasoline is expected to continue in Nova Scotia this week.
That from George Murphy from Consumers for Fair Gas Prices who is looking for gasoline prices to rise by about four cents per litre.
Murphy said the biggest reason for the increase at the pump is the continuing rise in the price for oil
"We saw an increase to oil just this week, and refined product prices are also up along with that, crude acquisition costs also up along with that," said Murphy.
Across the border in New Brunswick, that province's regulator moving the price for self serve regular up by 4.6 cents to a new maximum price of 111.1.