Gas prices LIVE Q&A | Rising costs at the pump

Ahead of the Victoria Day long weekend, CBC business reporter Jacqueline Hansen and Dan McTeague, who watches gas prices for GasBuddy.com, are conducting a live chat about the cost of filling your tank.

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