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of prices charged by wholesaler
licensees for petroleum products.
BEFORE THE COMMISSION
3rd day of October, 2019
Scott MacKenzie, Q.C., Chair
M. Douglas Clow, Vice-Chair
Terry McKenna, Commissioner
reviewing and considering current international, national and regional market and related conditions;
it appearing to the Commission that:
A decrease in all
gasoline prices in both the dealer and consumer schedules of 3.0 cents per litre (cpl);
2) A continuation of the diesel prices currently in effect in both the
dealer and consumer schedules; and
3) A continuation of the furnace fuel and stove oil prices currently
in effect in the consumer schedule;
will result in prices that are just and reasonable;
pursuant to the
Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission Act and the
IT IS ORDERED THAT
contained in the attached Dealer Petroleum Prices Schedule shall be
effective 12:01 a.m. on Friday, October 4, 2019;
contained in the attached Posted Consumer Petroleum Prices Schedule shall be
the maximum prices charged by the respective licensee, effective 12:01 a.m.
on Friday, October 4, 2019;
dealer prices, with H.S.T. added, shall be indicated on all documents
accompanying deliveries of these products;
determined in this Order, with adjustments resulting from tax changes only,
shall remain in effect until otherwise ordered by the Commission.
at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, this 3rd
day of October, 2019.
J. Scott MacKenzie, Q.C., Chair
M. Douglas Clow,
Terry McKenna, Commissioner
58 of the
reads as follows:
58. Where any
person has the status of a party or is an intervenor in any hearing before the
Commission, he is entitled
(a) to appeal
the decision of the Commission to the Court of Appeal; and
(b) to participate as a party in the hearing of an appeal.
and an appeal shall
be on a question of law or jurisdiction only and be governed by section 13 of
Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission Act.
Sections 13.1 (1) and
(2) of the
Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission Act provide as follows:
appeal lies from a decision or order of the Commission to the Court of Appeal upon a question of law or jurisdiction.
The appeal shall be made by filing a notice of appeal in the Court
of Appeal within twenty days after the decision or order appealed from and the
rules of court respecting appeals apply with the necessary changes.
The information in this Order is
confidential until the price changes take effect. Any unauthorized use
or communication of this information by licensees or their employees, and in
particular, any disclosure of the contents of this Order to the public, or
to the media, prior to 12:01 a.m. on the date in which these price changes
come into effect, is strictly prohibited, and may result in license
suspension or monetary penalty.
to access the Dealer Petroleum Prices Schedule
here to access the Posted Consumer Petroleum Prices Schedule