Torontonians may want to fill up their tanks ahead of a spike in gas prices.
According to Dan McTeague, president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, prices at the pumps are expected to rise by four cents on Thursday, reaching about $1.83 per litre.
The following day the prices are expected to rise yet again, reaching about $1.87 a litre on Friday.
In total, motorists will see an eight-cent increase in the next 36 hours, he said.
Gas prices in Ontario have been fluctuating over the last few weeks after a record high in March when prices soared above $1.90 per litre.
Earlier this month, McTeague said that some Ontarians may have to pay about $2 per litre in the summer.
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