Interrupter Clause Causes Dip In N.B. Gas Prices

Gas prices in New Brunswick fell on Saturday after the Energy and Utilities Board invoked its interrupter clause.

Motorists are now paying around 7.5 cents less for regular self-serve gasoline, bringing the new maximum price to just under $2.02 per litre.

Most stations around New Brunswick are selling for a few cents less.

Diesel and propane prices, however, did not change and remained the same at $2.30 and $2.03, respectively.