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After Greyhound cuts, transit in northern B.C. a growing issue

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Service reductions posted at the Greyhound station in Prince George (Shaam Semere/CBC)

Throughout this election, we're bringing you the stories behind the biggest campaign issues, but today something not many candidates are talking about. Inter-community transit has been a concern throughout northern and rural communities, particularly along the so-called Highway of Tears. Despite calls for increased transit options, recent reductions at Greyhound have left people with even fewer choices for getting from point A to point B. Andrew Kurjata brings us their story.

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