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Infographic: How a lower loonie hurts you at the pump

Gasoline price increases as the loonie falls

Economist Philip Cross uses 2012 average spending per household data to show the impact of a falling dollar on spending on gasoline. Average cost in 2012: $2,394

SOURCE: Philip Cross

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