The price of gas is up this morning in some areas of the province.
The Public Utilities Board, which sets maximum prices for all regulated petroleum products, says all types of gasoline motor fuel will increase by three cents per litre (cpl).
Propone heating fuel is also up this morning, by 1.8 cents cpl.
Prices of other fuels are down, however, with diesel motor fuel decreasing by 0.6 cpl. Furnace heating fuel is down by .16 cents per litre and stove heating fuel is down by .32 cpl.
The next price adjustment in gas and heating fuels will occur next Thursday, Feb. 28.