Gas has dropped again in New Brunswick, this time by 7.8 cents per litre.
New Brunswickers are now paying a maximum of $1.61 per litre.
This is the lowest prices have been in six months. Last time prices were this low was in late February and early March, when prices shifted from $1.59 per litre to $1.63.
The price decrease comes after a month of reductions, going down from $1.88 per litre for regular self-serve at the start of August.
The cost of diesel at the pump is also down on Thursday.
According to the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board, the maximum price of ultra-low sulphur diesel is now $2.04 per litre, down by 12.8 cents.
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