Summer Gasoline Prices

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission sets prices at the beginning and in the middle of the month. (The Associated Press)

People from P.E.I. will be paying a little more at the pumps now that it's June.

Gas went up 1.5 cents per litre on Sunday morning, the first of the month. Unleaded gasoline can now be sold for 138.6 cents per litre. 

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission says there will be no change to the price of furnace oil or diesel.

Propane is going down in price, ranging from 7.3 cents per litre to 8.3 cents per litre, depending on the company.

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission regulates the price of gasoline, diesel, heating oil and propane in the province, setting prices at the beginning and in the middle of the month.