Do you like the lower gas prices?
How low will they go?
Why are they lower right now?
Multiple factors, including increased supply and lower demand.
OPEC usually would slow production to keep prices at a certain level, but they aren't doing that now.
How about thanking the Keystone XL pipeline proposal.
Just the proposal making progress should be considered a key reason for the price decline.
The pipeline will make it easier for Canadian tar sands fuel to make it to market, both now and in the future.
Liberals say there's no real benefit for the pipeline.
It will only create 35 permanent jobs, and the fuel will go overseas.
The benefit is real now.
And the pipeline is a great investment in our future.
Isn't that a big interest for liberals?