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    Gas price expert Dan McTeague says prices in Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa, Guelph, and Kitchener will rise overnight by two cents. In the link below Roger McKnight, Chief Petroleum Analyst for En-Pro International, explains why gas prices stay high when oil prices fall. www.cbc.ca/1.3166436
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    Gas price expert Dan McTeague says prices in Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa, Guelph, and Kitchener will rise overnight by two cents. In the link below Roger McKnight, Chief Petroleum Analyst for En-Pro International, explains why gas prices stay high when oil prices fall. www.cbc.ca/1.3166436
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    Always an honour. Lets hope the Liberal Party of tomorrow will fully understand that being "pro-life" also means protecting human life and promoting it through organ donation initiatives and advocating for clemency of those on death row abroad, as I have strived to do: http://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2015/02/22/no-smooth-homecoming-for-mohamed-fahmy-goar.html
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    Hello Friends - Just an update - I welcome my new responsibilities as Senior Petroleum Analyst with Gasbuddy.com which complements my work in creating and developing tomorrowsgaspricetoday.com. This also means a shift away from 37 years in politics and public service Its good timing too, given expressions of thought and conscience, once prized and respected as a measure of one's character in representing, has all but been sacrificed for short term political expediency. I now look forward to providing all Canadians a better and objective understanding of how energy industries work, all the while helping everyone save a few dollars based on the gas price prediction model I pioneered over 8 years ago.
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    What a busy week with fuel prices. The total impact in the rise of electricity, nat gas/propane and now transportation fuel has yet to be properly understood by pundits and policy makers. Predicting "when" these things happen is of some help to ordinary Canadians, but what's truly needed is to get a better handle on answering "why" Higher energy costs will impact Canadian families by an additional $2,000+ in 2014. That is an unacceptable burden for most. It raises serious questions about the systematic dismantling of Canada's petroleum energy infrastructure over the last decade, built and paid for by our parents - a gift bequeathed to our generation to gain a strategic economic advantage. It begs for greater accountability which starts with a timely and effective weekly energy inventory report. Do this, and the guesswork will be taken out of the hands of the experts !
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