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Ya, but what did you pay for gas recently, were you anywhere near $1.49?
In my dreams Shadowfax

Cyperin' it out to apples versus apples. We'd be payin' $3.66 American for an American gallon.

Sounds terrible (and it is) but we're basically a socialist state, where you're not really making a dime for yourself until more than halfway through the year.

Our fiscally responsible conservative Prime Minister has done his level best to return money to our pockets by trimming a bloated predominantly (59% at last count)French speaking government work (what a laugh) force.

In spite of that, we're taxed even when we're bending over to grab our ankles in preparation for another tax.

He didn't put all these taxes in place, 45 years of mounting Liberal policies are reaming us at every turn.

He (the conservatives) actually occupy what used to be considered center ground politically. Even they are two steps left of where things were 50 years ago.

The Liberals with Trudeau 2.0 are so far left they pushed the NDP (the real, truly socialist party) so far left.....they've actually started coming round to the right.

Or so it would seem, until you read some of their ridiculous root beer fountain pipe dreams in their platform (manifesto).

There are still plenty of good ole' boys in Canada, but even they are further left than their Daddies and Grampas would like.

Don't ever let them tell you Canada has free health care.......it's bankrupting us !

That SWINE Trudeau 1.0 started to steal money out of the Canadian military to "reap the peace dividend" back when you guys could have really have used a hand 1968.

Unlike the Aussies, he kept us out of fight against Communism, officially at least (50,000 + Canadians crossed the border and signed up and served in Vietnam).

Anyway, back to the point. Trudeau could only rape the military budget because he knew he was under the American wing and nobody would dare come near us because of you all.

The Liberals kept spending MORE and MORE and MORE on the health care system to the point where it is now 12 times more than the entire military budget and pretty much out of control.

As a matter of FACT, to simply keep the health care system where it is, we have to increase spending, each year mind you, more than the entire military's budget.

In spite of the fact we are number one or two in money spent on the health care system per capita, we rank 35th in service delivery.

No one is slagging the hard working doctors or nurses, but Liberals need to know this is NOT a working, viable system !!!!!!!!!

.....that's a huge part of why our gas costs more Shadowfax

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In my dreams [...] we are number one or two in money spent on the health care system per capita

The USA is number one on spending per capita by a wide margin. We are 5th or 6th depending on which articles you read.



I crossed over at Port Huron a couple weeks ago and gas was cheaper even with the exchange rate of 20% or so (after the banks get their cut.)
It worked out to $0.60/L.
$1.49 would be about $0.47/L and yesterday I paid $0.87/L thinking it was cheap (it still is here)
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About 2 weeks ago I filled up for 77 cents a liter before the price jumped 15 cents, lately Chatham has been cheaper though, that same day I filled(only half a tank) in London for 94 cents. Last station I drove by was 85. But my fiesta is stuck in the garage now till the snow is cleared. Certainly wish my truck was done. We rarely get more then a couple of cm of snow here at a time. I've never even owned winter tires. Last two years have been making me consider it.
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About 2 weeks ago I filled up for 77 cents a liter before the price jumped 15 cents, lately Chatham has been cheaper though, that same day I filled(only half a tank) in London for 94 cents. Last station I drove by was 85. But my fiesta is stuck in the garage now till the snow is cleared. Certainly wish my truck was done. We rarely get more then a couple of cm of snow here at a time. I've never even owned winter tires. Last two years have been making me consider it.
That's a pretty good deal SnappedAxe

We vary GREATLY from one end of Gravytown to the other. If I'm going out to top up the old Cheeseler

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http://www.ottawagasprices.com/

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Like I said it varies by 20 cents a litre sometimes, same day, same city !

I've been missing 81 cents a litre and taking it up the hoop for an average of 85 cents a litre, just by bad timing on when I needs to top her up.

Today I was tooling through Hellhaven (Barrhaven) just South West of Ottawa and the robbers were looking for 95.4 !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Got home and noticed it was as low as 82 cents in several places round town.

I was fine for gas and we just got a dusting of snow(7 cent-a-neuters) compared to you guys and the Northern states, so I'll fuel up tomorrow.......after I check where to do so, on-line.

I see the oil workers went out on strike today.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/oil...980/ar-AA8QdNb

Guess there won't be a glut of processed oil for long..........pricks, knew this was too good to last !

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I see the oil workers went out on strike today.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/oil...980/ar-AA8QdNb

Guess there won't be a glut of processed oil for long..........pricks, knew this was too good to last !

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I guess this would explain the jump in price again, up about 11 cents here (overnight), I guess the only good thing is that most of the stations stay pretty even, but when every station is within 10 minutes (well most) I guess it doesn't pay to try to charge extra.

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I was fine for gas and we just got a dusting of snow(7 cent-a-neuters)
Chatham seems to be in some kind of depression, usually weather goes around us, 7cm here is usually alot! Go east of west 30min on the 401 and there will usually be about twice as much if not more then what we get.

I filled up my beater hyundia for 95.9 today, according to online it should have been cheaper (I drove that 10 minutes) but got there and apparently I wasn't there in time, ended up being 15 minutes late from lunch so it cost me even more

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Yeah I hear ya

I just had to grab my ankles and take it at 95.9 tonight too ! Still cheaper than 1.40, but I want 79 again !!!!!!!!!!

Previous tank I'd just fueled her up at 84.9 and was paying when the girl got a call from the boss reaming her out, as it should have been 86.9.

I thanked her and left knowing it was 96.9 only 5 miles over, as I'd driven past it ten minutes before.

Sometimes you get lucky. Apparently the oil strikers are only rotational and shouldn't have a real effect on supply or prices.....the experts say !

Price gougers in Canada always seem to find a way to collude !

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91.9 cents uh litre in and around Ottawa

but I gots to look for it, otherwise they're trying to ream us for $1.02.

How is it, when oil was $104.00 a barrel we were only paying 30 cents more per litre, at $1.30/litre.

Now when oil is at $48.00 a barrel, they feel compelled to make us grab our ankles at 54 cents more per litre, asking for $1.02 per ??????????????????

Well the laugh is on them. I was listening to the news and some analysts are predicting the A-rabs and OPEC could crash a barrel to as low as $10.00 a barrel.

Now that Canada AND America are genuine oil producers I know that wouldn't be good for our economies........

That said, I do remember our Venezulian Bronco buddy telling us he was paying 7 cents a gallon, under that crazy a$$ed dictator (now dead).

I could take that for a while, if our economies could

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What really p!$$e$ me off is that prior to Katrina, in 2006, we always paid (in pennies) what an oil barrel was in dollars. example 77 cents a litre meant it was $77.00 a barrel.

Another pet peeve is how Americans pay 10 cents more A GALLON for high test and us victims of Liberals (Canadians) pay 10 cents more a litre...........that's 45 cents more a gallon for premium.

Man that Trudeau 1.0 screwed our a$$es multiple ways and multiple times and wimen's, Quebecers and idiots just kept voting him back in again and again.

Grab your ankles boys, it looks like those same demographics are going to vote in his son Trudeau 2.0............ALL of the audacity.....none of the (supposed) wisdom............and we're nowhere near to paying down the first @$$hole's debt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Here's the country's credit card Justin......you do know it's already maxed out, right?

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91.9 cents uh litre in and around Ottawa

but I gots to look for it, otherwise they're trying to ream us for $1.02.

How is it, when oil was $104.00 a barrel we were only paying 30 cents more per litre, at $1.30/litre.

Now when oil is at $48.00 a barrel, they feel compelled to make us grab our ankles at 54 cents more per litre, asking for $1.02 per ??????????????????

Well the laugh is on them. I was listening to the news and some analysts are predicting the A-rabs and OPEC could crash a barrel to as low as $10.00 a barrel.

Now that Canada AND America are genuine oil producers I know that wouldn't be good for our economies........

That said, I do remember our Venezulian Bronco buddy telling us he was paying 7 cents a gallon, under that crazy a$$ed dictator (now dead).

I could take that for a while, if our economies could

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What really p!$$e$ me off is that prior to Katrina, in 2006, we always paid (in pennies) what an oil barrel was in dollars. example 77 cents a litre meant it was $77.00 a barrel.

Another pet peeve is how Americans pay 10 cents more A GALLON for high test and us victims of Liberals (Canadians) pay 10 cents more a litre...........that's 45 cents more a gallon for premium.

Man that Trudeau 1.0 screwed our a$$es multiple ways and multiple times and wimen's, Quebecers and idiots just kept voting him back in again and again.

Grab your ankles boys, it looks like those same demographics are going to vote in his son Trudeau 2.0............ALL of the audacity.....none of the (supposed) wisdom............and we're nowhere near to paying down the first @$$hole's debt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Here's the country's credit card Justin......you do know it's already maxed out, right?
Well Six, this is obviously a discussion point for you so I will play.

Who is "They" in the reference above?

You are right that Saudia Arabia announced an increase in production. Nothing big, but their play is that they insist on maintaining market share regardless of price. There are of course strategies behind the scenes impacting the US, Iran and of course Russia.

I guess you might mean "they" in the above sentence to mean those oil companies that then take the crude and refine it.....holding onto profits since this is what makes oil....GAS. They are slow to lower price based on crude, and FAST to up it as the market changes.

I'll have to go look at Exxon stock price these days. I know as crude went down it took a beating , but I wonder where it's at now with the statement I made above? I'll report back shortly. We watch that stock because my wife has a large stock amount in Exxon from her father when he passed away. As I mentioned to you before, the stock affect with oil diving hurt for awhile, but other things are the focus in stocks and things have improved. Not needing a car for work, driving for work, etc. I am less focused on this as others might be, but I do understand.

Today EXN at $90, high over the past year $104. It's off lows, but still down quite a bit.

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Well Six, this is obviously a discussion point for you so I will play.

Who is "They" in the reference above?

You are right that Saudia Arabia announced an increase in production. Nothing big, but their play is that they insist on maintaining market share regardless of price. There are of course strategies behind the scenes impacting the US, Iran and of course Russia.

I guess you might mean "they" in the above sentence to mean those oil companies that then take the crude and refine it.....holding onto profits since this is what makes oil....GAS. They are slow to lower price based on crude, and FAST to up it as the market changes.

I'll have to go look at Exxon stock price these days. I know as crude went down it took a beating , but I wonder where it's at now with the statement I made above? I'll report back shortly. We watch that stock because my wife has a large stock amount in Exxon from her father when he passed away. As I mentioned to you before, the stock affect with oil diving hurt for awhile, but other things are the focus in stocks and things have improved. Not needing a car for work, driving for work, etc. I am less focused on this as others might be, but I do understand.

Today EXN at $90, high over the past year $104. It's off lows, but still down quite a bit.
Nice hearin' from you Shadowfax

and sorry to hear your wife's fortunes are so up in the air these days. Not to worry, we're a long way from coal powered(hydro)electric cars.

The "they" was no one so international. Here in the nation's capital we have a group who set prices and have been investigated before for collusion (price gouging).

Happily there are maverick stations that have been breaking from them and we're benefiting from them greatly.

We're so frickin' cheap here in the nation's capital, those stations tanks are empty in a matter of minutes.

Many plan ahead with several tankers on the way before they drop the price.

The region of Ottawa, while only a million people, covers 80 miles wide and almost 35 miles top to bottom.

With that kind of area, there's always one part of the region that is selling 10-15 cents cheaper per litre.

You have to remember, because gas is sold in such small units (litres, thanks again Pierre Elliot Trudeau for the freakin' Metric system!), that's 40 to 60 cents less per gallon BTW.

Unfortunately they ream driver's who require premium equally. In America it's 10 cents a gallon more for premium. Here it's 45 cents an Imperial gallon more (or 38.7 cents more per American gallon). We're such frickin' sheep up here, no one's ever questioned "why the difference".

Me living in the Southern part of the Ottawa Valley (rural) means it's all North to me, when I head into the city proper.

I can take any number of routes that make sure I pass through the area having the gas war that particular day.

It was nice when the Bronco was the daily driver, in that I could hold out for three or more weeks, (with the huge tank and nearly double the stock mpgs)sticking it to "the man" or men who were artificially inflating the gas prices.

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I currently am a Petro Points member as the Canadian Tire stations aren't all that close to me or my work, I may have to change for the free tools though. Not sure if it is the weather because as it has been pretty consistently cold but I got a couple of gas gift cards(Esso) and noticed a drop in MPG, not that I keep good records or anything. Gas is back above a dollar again. Apparently there is a refinery that is landlocked because of ice. I read an Article although I can't find it now that said to expect a 20 cent increase throughout March which I'm not looking forward to. I was hoping to put and injector upgrade off till spring, but looks like I'll have to hit the junk yards in the snow. Luckily I have a gas injector tester and cleaner and all the tools at work so I'll be sure they work when I put them in. What are the prices like in our Capitol? They are really consistent here, the only ones that are more are full service stations.
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We range 20 cents across the region. Todays low and high were 92.9 in the far West, to 109.9 from the thieves in the East end.

Yeah, I don't believe the refineries at all, but whadda you gonna do ? Grab your ankles and take the pain I guess ?

Funny I just used up my last $25.00 Esso gift card two tank ago. Never really noticed a difference.

CTC was 2 cents off Costco, so I filled up the last tank at CTC on Merivale.......before taking my 2 for 1 coupons over to Harveys.

Want to talk cheap.....? I keep cheese slices in the glove compartment (3 seasons), so I don't have to pay burger joints a buck a slice !

Still trying to find some free tickets to the Golf Expo up here this weekend.

Looks like I might actually have to pay for once !

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SixLitre, I read your rant about the Government there, wow.... echo's my opinions as well.

I hope that we get another bout of Harper, but it's looking like the social media and media will get their way and vote him out..... damn....

Fuel here is 89.9 for regular, the lowest that we dropped is 75.9, and that was for about 1 week, then it started to go up.

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SixLitre, I read your rant about the Government there, wow.... echo's my opinions as well.

I hope that we get another bout of Harper, but it's looking like the social media and media will get their way and vote him out..... damn....

Fuel here is 89.9 for regular, the lowest that we dropped is 75.9, and that was for about 1 week, then it started to go up.
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you're doing alright at 89.9. It's basically 104.9 here in gravytown. I can find it for mid 90s if I look, but they've artificially moved it back up over a buck, while it's still only 50 bucks a barrel......frickin' criminal !

I heard some pundent call Harper too old for the job the other day........the man is 54 the same age Trudeau 1.0 was when he started to F@#k the country in his first term.

The 40 year old hair piece (Trudeau 2.0) that Liberal wimen want in power has ZERO job experience. He's only been a member of parliment for three years.

Although I have no doubt, given the country's maxed out credit card, he could still out borrow his Father, while totally screwing up domestic and foreign affairs, all the while plunging us so much further into debt, five generations of Canadians will still be paying for his blunders.

I can't fathom female Canadians (and male Liberals) "it's time for a change".

A change from what !? Fiscal responsibilty ? deficit trimming ? Keeping Al Queda at bay ? building lucrative trade agrements with other nations ? Decommissioning redundant government mandates and deadwood in their departments ?

Sorry lady, as far as I'm concerned I'd rather have a boring, efficient administrator running this deeply in debt country, than some piroeting hair piece borrowing us into endless debt.

We're damned lucky the guy wants to work another term, the alternatives (either) would WRECK this country financially and in short order.

It's bad enough Ontario (at one time the country's financial engine) is now a have not Province, thanks to four terms in a row, of Liberal borrowing****

That's right Ontarians the Liberals haven't just been mis spending for 12 years, they've been doing it with borrowed money.

Gotta stop now, getting sick to my stomach

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I hear ya, I'd rather have another term of Harper, than either Trudeau or Mulchair.

I'm so sick and tired of media and social media bashing Harper for his misuse of the government. Sun media was about the only TV station that was right winged, and that got run into the ground by left wing supporters. They keep stating that Trudeau or Mulchair will bring the country out of debt and get rid of the deficit.... Yeah right...

Again another rant that should be in the political area, and I should stop as well, as it sickens me as well.

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I hear ya, I'd rather have another term of Harper, than either Trudeau or Mulchair.

I'm so sick and tired of media and social media bashing Harper for his misuse of the government. Sun media was about the only TV station that was right winged, and that got run into the ground by left wing supporters. They keep stating that Trudeau or Mulchair will bring the country out of debt and get rid of the deficit.... Yeah right...

Again another rant that should be in the political area, and I should stop as well, as it sickens me as well.
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I wasn't aware there was a Canadian political forum here ? (it must be a snoozefest for the poor Americans).

You're right about the ONLY right wing news mdeia being shutdown. It was a travesty of justice.

The CRTC (packed full of Liberal appointed yes men) would not give them a level playing field and kept them off most free basic cable and service provider packages.

Granted they're a little out there, I get tired of Liberal owned Canadian news medias (all of them) leaving out relavent news because of their Liberal views.

Good news Origin

you can now watch Ezra and the boys (and girls) here;

http://www.therebel.media/

Anytime you want.

Remember every fear monger and their tech savvy brother predicting "newspapers will be dead.......any minute now.......wait, here it comes".

Guess we shouldn't laugh, but Ezra, hands forced, has created the next logical media with this new site.

I just hope more under 40s start beating a path to his un-censored news site.

Man if I weren't already a fat, lazy boomer, making me one of the younger people on the bottom of the reverse pyramid, I'd be listening to everything Ezra exposed about the proposed spending in the platforms of the NDP and Liberals.

They (the left wing parties) seem to think they're just gonna to throw a saddle on these 20-40 something taxpayers and provide a guilded public retirement and health scheme for this HUGE bloated population of boomers.

If I were under 40 I'd hate to be drinking the Liberal or NDP koolaid, blinded by their rose coloured glasses.

They OUGHT to be reading carefully at Ezra's well of uncensored going's on here in Canada. Not Putting up with the CBC's boomer c@ck up their @$$es slowly f#@&ing them into submission and servitude.

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There is no Canadian political forum here, but I'm sure that there are a few that think that this should go there....

I'm between 20-40 myself, and I shudder to think of all the sheeple that allow the media to skew their vision.. I know my path, and can see it clear as day, especially living in the western provinces....

Thanks for that link, it's nice reading some proper news again for once...

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I can't believe the nerve of the opposition parties and the Liberal owned media.

They are slamming Harper and the conservatives for poor service to Canadian veterans !

Do they honestly think the Liberals or NDP would be better for Veterans !?!?!?!?!?!

It was hair piece's father Trudeau 1.0 who gutted the military (in the late 60s, early 70s) to pay for medicare.

At the time he wanted "some" of the miliatry's budget to pay for more medicare. Under his henchman (Jean Cretien).

After Cretien was finished the medicare system is now 14 times more expensive than the entire military's budget !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

As a matter of fact, the very yearly increase of the medicare system is more than the entire military's budget !!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Liberals and the NDP have NO intention of lifting a finger for our military personnel or veterans. Given the oppourtunity they'd wreck it worse than it already is.

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post #38 of 60 (permalink) Old 05-08-2015, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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I was in upstate New York twice this week

getting my AC freon, etc. I did the calculations and it would have been 93 cents a litre in the states, I was buying on Merivale road (in Ottawa) for 1.01 a litre.

Hardly worth exchanging the money for. I did get my Powerball and Megamillions tickets while I was there though.

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Just checked the crude oil barrel price

$58.00 a barrel, so............why are we paying $1.15 a litre ????????????

In 2006, just right-fore Katrina hit, as it was in dollars per barrel of oil, so it was in cents per lite

WTF happened ?

Why TF are we paying these excessive gas prices when oil is still in the toilet per barrel ?

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I know, it has been pissing me off as well. Been trying to time my fillups when it is cheaper as well, but there is no telling when it will jump. I hate even more that it will go up 15 cents in an afternoon then slowly come down about 10 before jumping another 15.
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