What Were the Average Prices of Gasoline in Canada in 2014?


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Average Canadian gas prices in 2014 ranged from $1.16 CAD per liter in Edmonton, Alberta to $1.42 CAD per liter in Vancouver, British Columbia. These averages were for regular unleaded gasoline at self-service filling stations, and did not include the price of premium grades or full service.

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Other urban areas in Canada with high gas prices in 2014 included Montreal, Quebec and Yellowknife, Yukon. Calgary, Alberta and Winnipeg, Manitoba were areas with low gas prices. Canada's other urban centers, such as Toronto, Ontario, fell in between these two price extremes. As of 2015, the prices for gasoline have been relatively stable in Canada since 2011.

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