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Here's where to find the cheapest gas in New West

Some New West fuel prices have jumped up by more than 15 cents for the final February weekend.
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Person pumping fuel into their vehicle's gas tank.

A consistent roller-coaster of gas prices in New Westminster has now skyrocketed ahead of the final weekend in February.

In its latest report, is showing hikes of around 15 cents per litre at some local outlets, leaving only three just under $1.80 per litre.

The cheapest available is $1.73 per litre as of this publication, Feb. 23, at the Centex and GOMarket on Ewen Avenue (see list below).

That's a bump of four cents compared to $1.69 per litre from last Friday, Feb. 16, and is also one of the more affordable prices currently on the Metro Vancouver market.

The largest known increase at a New West gas station was 16 cents at the Chevrons on 8th Avenue and East Columbia Street — both jumping to $1.87 from $1.71 per litre.

The city's average gas price sits at $1.83 per litre, which is a rise of 11 cents from $1.72 last week.

Meanwhile, there are two Metro Vancouver stations offering a price less than $1.70 per litre, and noth are within driving distance for Burnaby motorists.

Surrey's CO-OP on 104 Avenue has gas at $1.67 per litre, while Aldergrove's Chevron on Fraser Highway has posted $1.69 per litre.

Northern B.C. is currently home to the least expensive fuel in the province with seven stations offering less than $1.50 per litre.

The cheapest among them is $1.44 per litre at Super Save Gas on Victoria Street in Prince George.

New West's fuel prices

The following prices are the best available in New Westminster as of 9:30 a.m. today: