Gas prices in Calgary and Edmonton will climb as the Canadian dollar strengthens against the U.S. dollar in the coming weeks.
Calgary and Winnipeg are seeing double-digit increases in gas prices, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.
Here are the most important dates for gas in your region.
July 7: Gas prices start rising at $3.20/L.
It will increase to $3/L in Winnipeg, up from $2.20.
July 10: Gas is expected to hit $3 in Edmonton, up to $2, with prices expected to climb to $4 by July 13.
July 15: Prices in Calgary start to rise, reaching $3 per litre by July 17.
July 16: Prices rise in Edmonton.
Prices are expected to reach $4 a litre.
July 18: Prices are forecast to rise in Calgary.
July 19: Prices start to fall in Edmonton and Winnipeg.
July 20: Prices drop in Calgary, with the average price falling to $1.30 a litres.
July 21: Prices increase in Edmonton but stay relatively flat in Winnipeg.
Prices drop by $1 per litres in Calgary but rise by $2 per liters in Winnipeg over the next few weeks.
July 22: Prices fall in Calgary again.
July 23: Prices will start rising in Edmonton again.
August 6: Gas will start climbing in the Edmonton area by August 5.
August 10: Prices begin to climb in the Calgary area by September 1.
August 16: Gas starts to drop in the city of Edmonton.
August 18: The price of gas in Calgary will start to increase by the end of the week.
August 20: The gas price in Calgary is expected a little higher than the average.
September 1: Prices jump in Edmonton by the week of September 2.
September 3: Prices climb in Calgary by the following week.
September 4: Prices peak in Edmonton on Monday, September 7.
September 7: Prices hit $4.30 by the day after.
September 10: The average price will hit $5.10.
September 13: Prices stay flat in Calgary for a couple of weeks, before increasing slightly.
September 16: The prices are expected increase in Winnipeg on Tuesday, September 17.
September 18: Gas in Calgary hits $5 by the second week of October.
October 5: Prices surge in Edmonton after a four-day decline.
October 6: Prices remain steady in Winnipeg for a week.
October 10: It will be at $6.30 for a liteshot of regular unleaded.
October 14: The city of Winnipeg is expected price gas in Winnipeg at $7.40 by October 16.
October 17: Prices should hit $8.00 by the weekend of October 19.
October 19: It is expected prices in Winnipeg to hit the high-end of the market by the first week of November.
October 25: Prices return to their pre-peak level by the last week of December.