Gasoline prices will continue to fall in Nova Scotia this week.
Our newsroom has gone over the numbers and we are predicting that when regulated prices are reset at midnight, they will fall by about two cents per litre.
George Murphy of Consumers for Fair Gas prices says drivers conserving fuel is the main reason that prices are falling.
"Pat on the back if you're a consumer out there and you've been limiting purchases and being a little bit light on the gas pedal," said Murphy. "That's the reason these prices have gone down, there's no other reason for it."
Over in New Brunswick, that province's regulator lowered the maximum price by 2.2 cents to 127.6.