Energy analysts are in Ontario We believe gas companies will pass on pump savings to take advantage of the first weekend of gas tax cuts.
"The decline has been inherited," said Dan McTeig, president of Canadian Affordable Energy, adding that savings will not end in the interests of energy companies. Please do not "t. I know they can't because there are people like me who call them offside right away.
The overall price of GTA was expected to fall 11 cents per liter on Friday.
On Saturday, another reduction of another 6 cents per liter was predicted.
Part of the reduction is due to a 5.7 cent reduction in state gasoline tax per liter from July 1st to December 31st. Taxes – can spread beyond what people see on a pump.
"Lower shipping costs could reduce food checkouts and almost all costs consumed in the state," he said.
Premier Dougford gives the federal government a federal gas tax.
On Thursday, Treasury Minister Chrystia Freeland did not answer whether Ottawa would follow Ford's leadership.
She reiterated how carbon prices can help Canada transform into a green economy. With the
pumps, there was not only a smile on the low prices, but also skepticism about whether they would continue.
"Great. Everything floats in the air with inflation. And, with prices soaring, I'm not sure if that small price cut will unfortunately affect everything we need, "said Natalie Hollinshead.
"I don't know how we survive," Kim Hayward said when he partially filled the tank. "It's just a trick. They let us buy more gas to fill everyone and they're going to pop it up again."
"I don't think it's going to fall that much." I didn't, "Derek Radusur said when he filled up his new pickup truck. "Usually it rises rather than falls on long weekends. It's hilarious."
McTeague said relatively low prices could continue. "But don't be surprised if there is a sudden rise by the end of next week."
He should also consider reducing gas HST given the level of inflation. Said that.
"The state government can do everything it wants to do, but without the federal government, it's less effective," McTeague said. "There isn't much that a state can do."
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