Montreal gas prices soar past $2 again
Gas prices at some Montreal service stations have surpassed $2 per litre yet again. Nevertheless, CAA-Quebec recommends it is still a good time to fill the tank. "The average pump price is lower than the realistic price," the organization notes. ...
C le temps de s'acheter un gros pickup ou VUS pour tirer sa roulote 3-4 fois par année et rouler a vide pour aller travailler en ville le reste du temps.
Wages == food costs + energy costs + housing costs
Food costs - up and nothing you can do about it
Energy costs - up and nothing you can do about it
Wages - up but not by much, not much can be done
Housing costs - arbitrary amount set by the above equation, can fall dramatically.
Land owners got the uplift when productivity went up (and when credit went nuts), now they can take the hit.
communauto FTW they pay me when i gas up and reimburse the gas costs.
That’s why I ride a motorcycle and do less than 2-3L per 100km.
Soar is probably not the right word. It's at 201.9, and it's been at 198 for a week. "Inch" "crawl" etc.
and they say journalism is dead. Jokes on them, it was never alive
Buy smaller cars and/or electric cars.
Having said that, compared to the rest of North America, we're pretty good with that.
L'avantage principal c'est que maintenant c'est beaucoup plus rapide de mettre 30$ d'essence... ! Pensez à tout le temps que vous gagnez !
Gas has pretty consistently been over $2 for last couple months in Vancouver, BC area.
Last time I checked the pumps it was 211.9¢
I’m hoping it increases way more so that more and more people who drive fossil fuelled cars and neglect their greenhouse gas emissions just for a comfortable commute end up finally opting for more sustainable methods of transportation.