Gasoline prices are up across Nova Scotia Friday.
The provincial regulator using its weekly adjustment to raise the minimum price for regular self serve by 1.8 cents to 118.1.
A smaller increase in the price for diesel. Fuel prices climbing by a half cent to a new minimum of 122.1.
Twelve months ago we were paying $1.06 for gasoline, $1.08 for diesel. Oil was trading at $51.45 U.S. per barrel, just over $14 less than Thursday's closing price of $65.53.