Start filling up, Montreal. Gas prices in the city are the lowest it’s been in a year. Which mean, everybody is getting gasoline for Christmas.
According to the website GasBuddy, the average price for gas in Montreal is $1.12 per litre, the lowest it’s been since October 2017.
Montreal’s average is three cents higher than the current national average of $1.09 per litre but some stations are pumping out gas as cheap as $1.08 per litre.
Below is the website’s data for Montreal’s 12-month average retail price for gasoline.
In total, prices are down 3.6 cents from last week’s average of $1.16 per litre, nine cents cheaper than last week’s average and 9.7 cents cheaper than 2017’s average of $1.22 per litre.
Today’s gas prices are a significant decrease from this summer’s average of $1.49.
The highest recorded gas price average in Montreal was in April 2014 when vehicle’s sweet nectar was $1.51 per litre.
Get pumping, Montreal.
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