Last week, I was buying litres of Nestle's Tru-Taste milk for $0.99 each at No Frills. Today, I go to Loblaw's, and the same litre of milk was $3.07! Now, I now Loblaw's is more expensive than a No Frill's store, but 300% more?! If that had happened to the price of gasoline, we'd all be screaming for the an inquiry into oil companies. How can a litre of milk, grown in Ontario, cost 4 times as much as a litre of gasoline, when just a few months ago, that litre of gasoline was almost twice the cost per litre of milk if one bought the four-litre bags?