Can anyone tell me why regular gasoline is more expensive in southern B.C. than almost anywhere else in Canada? A quick search on Gasbuddy.com reveals yet again that Vernon has some of highest gas prices in the country.
I concede that the B.C. gas tax might have something to do with it, but how then to explain that on Jan. 31 regular gasoline in Kamloops was in the 82¢ per litre range while Vernon was over 93¢?
I just don’t get it, and I don’t know who to yell at. It’s so frustrating.
Brenda Giesbrecht, Falkland