Fuel prices in the Kenora area have taken another slight drop to 180.9 per litre.

Two of the three Husky Gas stations in Kenora and both Husky’s in Dryden have lowered their prices, and the lowered prices are expected to hit the remaining fuel stations over the coming days.

We’re now in line with the rest of Canada, as drivers are paying on average 180.8 per litre across the country, but we’re still slightly above Ontario’s average price of 177.9 per litre.

Prices are reported to be between 194.8 and 195.7 in the Sioux Lookout area.

As a whole, the Kenora district is reporting an average price per litre of 189.9 and prices are up an average of 48 cents compared to last year’s average price of 141.9.

In Winnipeg, prices range between 169.9 and 179.9, while prices range between 140.0 and 189.5 in the Thunder Bay area.

The most expensive fuel in Canada can be found in Golden, BC at 214.9, while the least expensive can be found in Leduc, AB at 147.9 per litre.