The on-going saga between Greyhound and the people of Northern BC continues, and the Passenger Transportation Board is getting involved.
The issues stem from an August announcement that Greyhound was applying to the Board to cancel all four of its northern BC routes.
After hearing the public outcry against the proposal, the Board has decided to hold four public hearings to allow residents to have their opinions on the matter heard, and to voice how the cancelling of the routes would affect them.
The decision comes following nearly 2,000 emails and written complaints.
Hearings will take place in Prince George on December 11th, and Fort St John on December 14th, as well as two other stops.
If you wish to speak at one of the hearings, you must apply by the December 8th deadline by submitting the form available by following this link.