Took a break at our cottage in Saskatchewan last week and at the same time got a welcome break from Alberta gas prices.
On the way home last Sunday, I noticed Saskatchewan fuel prices were $1.21 to $1.24 per litre of regular gas. In Alberta, the price was $1.34.
That wonderful carbon cutting tax (isn’t that what it’s supposed to do?) has added anywhere from 10 to 13 cents per litre to gasoline here.
I can smell the cleaner air already…but wait… the climate isn’t changing. What the….?