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It is time for the Competition Bureau to launch a national investigation into the price of gas. It seems every day it has a dramatic change with no rhyme or reason. Recently I was at the pumps and the price went up by 5 cents per litre while I was buying it. According to Statistics Canada, Canadians bought 42,563,098,000 liters of gas for their vehicles in 2015. With billions of litres at play, these price swings equal hundreds of millions of dollars in profit for the big oil companies and less money in your pocket. A year ago I wrote about Canadians getting ripped off at the pumps. Oil prices were at a 13 year low and gas prices were not. The status quo remains and gas prices are higher than they should be given historical trends. A reader kate spade department stores in Kitchener wrote: Tuesday evening gas was 97.5 cent at my local station and then next morning it was $1.08 why? he wrote. is one of those every day frustrations that are not explicable and only a thorough investigation could explain it, gas is not an option. Yes, we can conserve how much we use and look to other transportation options such as transit, walking or biking. But for the vast majority of Canadians, gas is required to go to work or school each day. Sure a few cents per litre might not seem like much but when you add it up over 12 months that is a lot of money you could have otherwise spent on your family. As soon as one station raises the price, the gas station across the street follows suit. According to its website Competition Bureau is responsible for the administration of the Competition Act, which includes provisions against price fixing, price maintenance and abusive behaviour by a dominant firm, among others. goes on to say Act does not provide the Bureau with the power to regulate prices. In fact, the deals at kate spade outlet federal government does not have the constitutional power to enact legislation to regulate the retail price of gasoline except in a national emergency. The constitutional power to regulate retail gasoline prices rests with the provincial governments. do not want government regulation of prices. But we do want better competition across Canada, like there is on Ontario St. in St. Catharines, Ontario. This town is close to the US border so there is real competition versus what most of us have to deal with in our home towns. The Competition Bureau says fact that prices swing or fluctuate is generally an indication that competition is working. Prices fluctuate as retailers compete, and each tries to match what the other is charging. 2007 the Competition bureau fined several gas stations $2 million dollars in Kingston and Brockville, Ontario, with a price fixing scheme. We haven heard much from the bureau since then. That was ten years ago. It time the Competition Bureau looked into the price of gas across cheap kate spade satchel Canada and looked into why we have to overpay for gas. Or if you work at a gas station you can report confidentially what really going on in your city to the bureau whistleblowing initiative. Warren is a Liberal political strategist and media commentator. He worked for former Toronto mayor Mel Lastman and former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty. The unpredictable price of gas and its huge daily price swings is upsetting Canadians. It is time for the Competition Bureau to launch a national investigation into the price of gas. It seems every day it has a dramatic change with no rhyme or reason. Recently I was at the pumps and the price went up by 5 cents per litre while I was buying it. According to Statistics Canada, Canadians bought 42,563,098,000 liters of gas for their vehicles in 2015. With billions of litres at play, these price swings equal hundreds of millions of dollars in profit for the big oil companies and less money in your pocket. A year ago I wrote about Canadians getting ripped off at the pumps.

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