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The Thompson Local News


When one company leaves, another steps up to the plate.

 

Following Monday’s announcement from Greyhound that they would be ending all service in the Prairies, Kasper Transportation announced that they will offer service between Thompson and Winnipeg.

 

The Pickle Lake, Ontario-based company, whose website says they are the second largest bus operator in northern Ontario, says that in addition to the Winnipeg-Thompson route, they will also be operating between Winnipeg and Thunder Bay as well as Winnipeg to Prince Albert via Regina and Saskatoon.

 

The new routes, in addition to one between Thunder Bay and Winnipeg, will be in operation as of October 31st, the day Greyhound says that they’re closing up shop.

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