Greyhound slashing western services
Greyhound is blaming a 41 per cent drop in ridership for its decision to slash almost all operations west of Ontario.
The move will see the end of all passenger bus and freight services in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and all but one route in B-C.
That surviving line is an American run service between Vancouver and Seattle.
Greyhound says the decision will also cost 450 workers their jobs
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