Another increase in the price for gasoline is on the horizon for Nova Scotia.
That is the prediction from Consumers for Fair Gas Price's George Murphy who is looking for prices to rise by about one cent per litre at midnight.
Murphy telling NEWS 95..7 despite a call from OPEC to cut production this summer, prices have remained fairly stable.
"You've got a lot of countries out there that are dealing with some heavy numbers (of COVID-19)," said Murphy. "Look at Ontario and Alberta here for example, the last thing anyone is worried about is consumption in those areas."
Over in New Brunswick, that province's regulator moving the maximum price up by 2.9 cents to 129.3.