A private mini-bus company is offering to scoop up some of the routes Greyhound will leave behind when it ends service this fall.
Rider Express Transportation plans to run service between Calgary and Winnipeg, with a stop in Regina.
There will also be a run between Edmonton and Winnipeg that will stop in Saskatoon.
The Saskatchewan-based company already operates out of Saskatoon, Swift Current, Regina and Prince Albert, and recently added a Moose Jaw route.
Greyhound will end service west of Sudbury on Oct. 31.
The only exception will be a Vancouver Seattle line that will be based out of the U.S.
—With files from 650 CKOM’s Chris Carr.