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Gardner Pinfold Report Released

  • The September 30, 2005 report from Gardner Pinfold did not produce any recommendations. The study, instead, identified four options for the government to consider related to stabilizing gasoline prices in Nova Scotia. Two of the options are identical to the recommendations from the 2004 Government Select Committee Report namely: Regulating Gasoline Pricing and/or Regulating Retailer Margins.

  • The RGDA continues to provide government with weekly statistics that support the move to regulation in terms of making available lower gasoline costs to Nova Scotia motorists.
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