Gas prices up across Newfoundland and Labrador

Only propane prices dropped.

Diesel, furnace and stove oil prices all increase

Motorists are paying more to fill up than on Wednesday. (CBC)

The cost of gas is up by 3.4 cents a litre at pumps across the province as of Thursday morning. 

The weekly pricing adjustment by the Public Utilities Board means drivers will pay a maximum of about $1.28 a litre for self-service if filling up on the Avalon Peninsula. That maximum price jumps to $1.45 a litre for people in southern Labrador. 

Diesel has gone up by about 2.5 cents a litre, while furnace and stove oil prices have increased by about two cents a litre. 

Propane was the only fuel to drop in price, but it did so by seven cents a litre.