- J R
- October 03, 2012 - 10:46
Yes the oil companies are gouging as usual. NL goverment is also gouging the consumer since about 1/3 of the gasoline cost is provincial taxes. About time the government gave a little back on the gasoline tax. Can someone explain to me why on average we in Clarenville are paying about 8 cents per litre more than St. John's.
- October 02, 2012 - 22:44
Say what you like, dance & pull your hair out all you want. We keep buying it, they'll continue to make us pay dearly for it until we say, enough is enough.
- October 02, 2012 - 14:49
Funny, I was in Florida for the last 2 weeks and it dropped 2 cents a gallon last week. This Guy is a joke! Time for the Government to fix this problem!!
- October 02, 2012 - 14:58
WRONG, gas has gone down on the market over 7% in the last month.........
- Scott Free
- October 02, 2012 - 10:37
Special thanks to our leaderless government who pander to the oil and gouge industry.
- October 02, 2012 - 10:17
The reason for gas increase is because guess what is coming up...another long weekend! Gas always seems to increase right before a long weekend. If you have been watching the cost of crude lately it is always down or at a decent percent meaning no real reason why we should be getting such an increase in gas! It's ridicous and getting out of hand! Unfortunately we need the gas so we are going to buy it but it's not right!
- BS Again
- October 02, 2012 - 09:34
Pure gouging at the cost of the consumer yet again. Will be $1.50 a liter soon, and no relief in sight from our government, go figure? Better rush over to another U.S. owned company (Costco) a line up for gas!