Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, joins BNN Bloomberg to give his gasoline price outlook for the week ahead. He says U.S. crude and gasoline levels are falling, input costs are higher, and there's an increase in the carbon tax in Canada leading to higher prices. He says these increases will affect the average Canadian house hold to the tune of $400 to$850 per year.

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