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Gas prices on rise in Winnipeg

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The price of gas inside the city has jumped from 124.9 cents/litre to 132.9 cents/litre overnight.

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The price of gas inside the city has jumped from 124.9 cents/litre to 132.9 cents/litre overnight. Photo Store

Heading out to buy gas today?

Unlucky you... a fill Monday would have saved you a few bucks. Prices at Winnipeg pumps are jumping by as much as eight cents to 132.9 this morning.

The price-watching website winnipeggasprices.com indicates businesses like Petro Can, Shell, Esso and Co-Op have already raised fuel charges today.

In the last hour, however, some drivers are reporting lower prices still out there, including a few Domos, Husky stations, Costco and some Superstore gas bars.

Manitoba Historical Gas Price Charts Provided by GasBuddy.com
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Updated on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 8:29 AM CDT: adds photo

11:25 AM: Adds interactive graphic.

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