Ian Harvey, a former Toronto Sun staffer, comments on TSF's gas watch postings.
"I haven’t checked the propane price at the pump for taxis, but for BBQ refills it’s $15, whereas when crude was at $40 it was around $8 to $10."
Meanwhile, at the gas pumps, we've heard regular dropped to 57 cents a litre in Brockville recently.
We remember a day when buying gasoline was reasonably stable and not a daily game of gas pump roulette. Where is the justification for these wild swings in prices?
As mentioned, Shell and Petro-Can jumped from 69.9 to 82.9 overnight before falling back to 69.9 later in the day, while the price of oil on the world market continued to fall.
Tens of thousands of Ontario motorists are not only getting hosed, they are getting hoodwinked.