Weekend gas prices in Ontario expected to exceed $2 per litre

Many parts of Ontario are expected to see gas prices over $2 per litre for the first time ever this weekend as prices continue to surge across the country.

While $2 per litre for regular gas would be a first for many parts of Ontario, the pain motorists have been feeling at the pump in recent weeks has become all too familiar.

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