In Canada, it’s the cheapest gas you can buy on the black market.
The cheapest gas in Saskatchewan is the cheapest in Canada, and the cheapest is actually in Alberta, which is a province.
It’s a bit like the cheapest Canadian beer in the United States.
But this is a country where there are some pretty high taxes, and there are other high taxes that are not on the list.
The average Canadian car costs $2,800 per year, and is nearly twice the cost of a new Honda Accord, according to a report by the Canadian Automobile Association.
And the average price of gas in Quebec, a province where the government has a lot of power, is $2.50 a litre.
“We have a lot in common with Germany,” says Daniela Pinto, a transportation policy researcher at the University of British Columbia, Canada.
“It’s a country that has high taxes.
And, of course, it has very high taxes in a lot.
So it’s not surprising that we have a similar experience.”
So what’s driving the price?
It could be that the government is trying to discourage people from buying cars.
It could also be that, because it’s a big economy, there is a high demand for cars.
“The economy is booming,” Pinto says.
“So we’re not really seeing the need for more cars.”
It’s possible that, even if the government was making it harder to buy cars, it is also driving the government’s price down, says Robert Gervais, a senior analyst with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
“That means they’re going to have to lower their prices to keep up with demand,” he says.
So, for example, if the price of the average car goes down, people will drive less.
But the price goes up, and so will demand.
But there’s a catch: the price will keep going up until it goes down to the level of the last car on the road, which might be a couple of years down the road.
In Canada, the government does have a few other ways to discourage the buying of cars.
One is that it has an annual “tax credit,” which is about $1,000 per car, and this has a couple different applications, Gervas says.
Some of the most popular are gas tax discounts, which go away after a certain amount of time.
Another is that the fuel excise tax is not taxed, and that’s another way to discourage cars.
And there’s also a surcharge on gas used in cars, which can be as high as $25.
In the end, the average Canadian can still get a good deal, even at a higher price.