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Gas prices have gone up across Nova Scotia

The provincial regulator has used its weekly adjustment to raise the minimum price for self serve regular by 2.4 cents to 107.6
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A motorist reaches for the pump at a gas station on Feburary 24, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Patrick Dell

The price for gasoline is up across Nova Scotia on Friday morning.

The provincial regulator has used its weekly adjustment to raise the minimum price for self serve regular by 2.4 cents to 107.6.

Diesel prices are also up Friday morning with the price for fuel increasing by 1.3 cents to 106.4.

Twelve months ago drivers were paying 1.04 for gasoline, 1.20 for diesel.


Dan Ahlstrand

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Dan Ahlstrand is the Managing Editor at News 95.7 and anchors The Morning News on News 95.7 each weekday morning from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
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