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Proposed cuts to Greyhound bus routes worry northern communities

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Northern communities are worried about Greyhound's request to reduce the number of routes it services, citing cost, convenience, and public safety. Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata brings in voices from Greyhound, politicians and passengers to find out what's at stake.

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You can read Greyhound's application and supply your own comments on the website of the Passenger Transportation Board.

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