Gas prices are skyrocketing nationwide, and for many Canadians, driving is becoming increasingly unaffordable.
Out in Metro Vancouver, residents are reporting record-breaking prices. Gas was $2.339 per litre as of yesterday.
The West Coast is not an exception. Over the weekend, gas prices in Toronto exceeded $2 per litre, and there’s no sign of a price drop in sight. On Saturday, gas prices in the GTA rose 6 cents in one jump.
Drivers everywhere are baffled.
Is my math right that gas prices in Canada are basically double what they are in the States?
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People are ditching their road trip plans and long drive dates to save money.
For a Daily Hive report, we want to ask Canadians how this steep and sudden change has affected you and those around you.
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