Infographic 1
Gasoline prices declined month over month in May compared with a monthly increase a year ago

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Infographic description

The title of the infographic is "Gasoline prices declined month over month in May compared with a monthly increase a year ago"

This is a bar chart.

The y-axis represents the monthly percentage change in gasoline prices in Canada.

The y-axis starts at -15% and goes to 15%, with increments of 5%.

The x-axis represents the monthly periods from May 2021 to May 2023, with increments of 1.

There is one series. The series represents the monthly percentage change in gasoline prices in Canada, spanning the period from May 2021 to May 2023.

In May 2021, the series is at 3.2%.

In June 2021, the series is at 1.6%.

In July 2021, the series is at 3.5%.

In August 2021, the series is at 0.4%.

In September 2021, the series is at -0.1%.

In October 2021, the series is at 5.0%.

In November 2021, the series is at -0.1%.

In December 2021, the series is at -4.1%.

In January 2022, the series is at 4.8%.

In February 2022, the series is at 6.9%.

In March 2022, the series is at 11.8%.

In April 2022, the series is at -0.7%.

In May 2022, the series is at 12.0%.

In June 2022, the series is at 6.2%.

In July 2022, the series is at -9.2%.

In August 2022, the series is at -9.6%.

In September 2022, the series is at -7.4%.

In October 2022, the series is at 9.2%.

In November 2022, the series is at -3.6%.

In December 2022, the series is at -13.1%.

In January 2023, the series is at 4.7%.

In February 2023, the series is at -1.0%.

In March 2023, the series is at 1.2%.

In April 2023, the series is at 6.3%.

In May 2023, the series is at -0.8%.

There are two highlighted (red) data points. The first point is for May 2022 with 1-month percentage change of 12.0%. The second point is for May 2023 with 1-month percentage change of -0.8%.

Source(s): Table 18-10-0004-01.

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