Greyhound Canada ends service on all routes in Ontario and Quebec
Photo: File photo of the Greyhound Bus terminal at 101 York Street
GREYHOUND CANADA HAS announced it is closing down all bus routes in Ontario and Quebec, effective Thursday.
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In an interview with the London Free Press, Mayor Ed Holder said he feels sorry for Greyhound employees who lost their jobs, but noted that Greyhound buses haven’t been coming and going to the company’s downtown station for a year. He said the departure may present opportunity for a new service.
“When one door closes, often an opportunity will come up to replace that.”
Greyhound eliminated routes in Western Canada in 2018.
The company said it would continue service out of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver to U.S. destinations when the border reopens.