Gas continues to go down in Moose Jaw, as at least two stations around the city dropped their price on Tuesday to as low as 179.9 cents per litre.

As for the other stations around the city, prices vary from 182.9- 199.9 cents per litre. This marks the second time in the last five days that gas has dropped, as on Friday at least five stations dropped their price from 189.9 to 184.9.

GasBuddy Petroleum Analyst, Patrick DeHaan predicted last week that prices in Moose Jaw could drop by 10 to 20 cents per litres, which has proven to be correct.

“So long as there are no disruptions that are unexpected, we are coming to the peak of hurricane season here in the next few weeks. Barring any outside factors, I do think we will continue to inch down, like I said it wouldn’t surprise me if we get down to 179.9, or we could even drop to 169.9 in the next few weeks,” said DeHaan in an interview with Discover Moose Jaw on Wednesday. 

With the gas price decrease, the average price of gasoline in Moose Jaw has gone down to 184.9. Provincially the average gas price remains lower than Moose Jaw at 180.7 cents per litre.

Golden, BC remains the most expensive place in Canada to buy gas with a listed price of 214.9. If you’re in Sarnia, ON, you will find the country’s cheapest gas price at 157.6.