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Gas prices climb in Winnipeg following drop at start of pandemic
Gas prices at some stations in Winnipeg climbed to 94.9 cents per litre on Wednesday. (CTV News Photo Ken Gabel)
WINNIPEG -- Gas prices are on the rise in Winnipeg, following a significant drop back in March.
On Wednesday, some stations in the city reached 94.9 cents a litre, marking a noticeable difference from what drivers saw at the start of the pandemic.
In March, gas prices dropped from $1.06 a litre to as low as 74.9 cents. This signified the lowest price the city had seen for a two-year period.
In the past decade, the lowest price for gas in Winnipeg was recorded back in 2015 when it cost around 68 cents a litre.
- With files from CTV’s Mason DePatie