How is it that in reading the news from various sources, not one mention of the recent fuel price increase has been brought up?
We recently saw a 6 to 7 cent per litre increase at the same time that North Sea Brent crude went down by 38 cents per barrel.
This price increase was felt across a wide area & by every company in the area. Does this not indicate price fixing & if not, what is price fixing then? I have written to both our Federal & provincial member of parliament & to date have not had a response.
Why are these companies allowed to get away with this but more importantly, why are our elected representatives not looking into this?
Geoff Stephenson – Cornwall Ontario