These are some pictures I have taken showing the yo-yo of gasoline prices over the past 6 months or so
November 3rd of 2005
November 16, 2005 at $102.9 I recall being so disgusted at the price being over $1.00 per litre.
This was taken May 10 2006, shows you how the prices were down at that time.
This is a motel in Niagara Falls... Reminiscing of the good old days when gas was 39 cents per gallon
During late July and early August of 2006 the price of crude oil was pushed up over $75 per barrel, due to the middle east crisis and other uncertainties in the market and the price of gasoline was regularly seen at $1.05 to $1.09.9 per litre.
We were boating up at Bobcaygen during the week of August 7th and we had to top up the boat at a Marina on the water, Gordon Marine, one of the more famous marinas on the Trent and the price per litre was $1.29.9 ... needless to say, I only put in $50 worth!
Today, August 17th the price of gasoline at the pumps is an exceptionally low price of $92.5 cents per litre.
I will update you as I gather more information.