Now that gas prices are continuing to rise, the BC Trucking association says groceries could be next. The president says with these higher prices, all products shipped by truck could rise to keep up with their soaring costs to deliver. If there’s any good news in this story at all it’s that it will be awhile before we start noticing higher prices for things like food and groceries. Meanwhile, non profits and charities are also starting to feel the high price at the pumps as well. Most rely on volunteers who use their own cars for transport, etc. Some charities wonder how long volunteers will be able to afford higher gas prices. Yesterday Premier Horgan all but washed his governments hands of the blame for high gas prices. So who do you believe?

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