Greyhound Canada suspends all bus routes in Canada on account of COVID-19

Greyhound Canada will halt all of its bus routes in Canada beginning subsequent Wednesday, Could 13, due to the coronavirus.


The corporate controversially stopped its service in Western Canada in 2018, however the pandemic has prompted ticket gross sales for its remaining routes within the jap a part of the nation to plummet by 95 per cent.

The corporate has already scaled again its operations through the pandemic, together with three trans-border routes between Niagara Falls, Ont., and Buffalo, N.Y.; Windsor, Ont., and Detroit; and Montreal and Champlain, N.Y.

The corporate stated that as of midnight subsequent Tuesday, the next routes will not be in service:

  • Windsor to London
  • London to Toronto and Toronto Airport
  • London to Kitchener
  • London to Toronto Native (Woodstock, Brantford, Hamilton, Mississauga)
  • Toronto to Ottawa
  • Ottawa to Montreal
  • Ottawa to Kingston
  • Kitchener/Guelph to Toronto

“As we proceed to navigate this case, we are going to hold our clients and workers who’re affected by this non permanent shutdown high of thoughts,” stated Stuart Kendrick, the corporate’s vice-president, in a launch.

“We remorse the issue that this may trigger them, however this determination got here as a final resort choice to handle the uncontrollable penalties and devastating impacts of this pandemic,”

About 400 workers can be quickly laid off on account of the choice.