Gas Prices Set to Rise on May 25: Cheapest Fuel Options in Mississauga, Brampton, and Hamilton
Motorists across Ontario should brace themselves for an imminent increase in gas prices starting Thursday, May 25. According to Dan McTeague, an expert in energy pricing and the President of Canadians for Affordable Energy, prices are expected to surge by 5 cents per litre in major cities such as the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Ottawa, Hamilton, and the Niagara region. Meanwhile, Montreal residents can anticipate a price hike to approximately 174.9 cents per litre.
McTeague attributes the impending increase to the waning concerns surrounding the U.S. debt ceiling crisis. However, he reassures drivers that the prices this summer are unlikely to reach the highs experienced last year.
For those seeking more affordable fuel options, GasBuddy.com has provided a list of the current lowest gas prices in Mississauga, Brampton, and Hamilton:
At the Mississauga Costco located at 1570 Dundas St E, motorists can find fuel priced at 145.9 cents per litre, offering a wallet-friendly choice.
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