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Acadian Coach Lines: 1937-2012

Dennis GallantDenis Gallant, vice president of the company that owns Acadian Lines, tells Jonna why the company is shutting down operations in the Maritimes on November 30th.

Ted BartlettJonna also spoke with Ted Bartlett, vice president of a transportation advocacy group. Bartlett tells her this announcement is just another in a series of blows to the region's transportation links. "As far as public transportion is concerned, we're going back to the dark ages," he says.

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