The icestorm that slammed Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes this week could cause a gas shortage.
Electricity in many regions has been out, in some cases for days, and road conditions continue to be too dangerous to transport gasoline.
"These tend to be more logistical problems," said Dan McTeague of TomorrowsGasPricesToday.com. "But we are rather when it comes to supply...we don't produce enough fuel as a result of a series of closures of refineries [in eastern Canada]."
Gas stations in the Gatineau region and Tremblant have either dried up, or stations are selling supreme-grade gas at the same cost as regular.
This news comes at a critical time for travellers who rely on vehicles, and gasoline, during the holiday season.
So far, gas prices have not spiked as a result.