Petro Canada in Williams Lake on Oliver Street is out of regular gas but selling premium at the regular price Tuesday morning. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

Petro Canada’s supreme selling for regular fuel due to gasoline shortage

Petro Canada and Chevron in Williams Lake have joined other communities in B.C. with a gasoline shortage

Petro Canada and Chevron in Williams Lake have been impacted by the gas shortage similar to stations in other B.C. communities.

As of Tuesday morning, the Petro Canada station on Oliver Street was selling its super clean gas for the price of regular, noting with a sign that they were out of regular fuel.

The Chevron Station had signs saying it was out of gas and was only selling diesel.

The shortages are due to issues at an Edmonton refinery and began impacting other communities last week and could last until mid-June.

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