Ontario Northland is resuming all regularly scheduled bus routes on July 4th and they’re adding two new stops in Toronto.

“As the province safely reopens, our government is providing more transit options for Ontarians,” says Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Transportation. “Ontario Northland resuming all regularly scheduled bus routes and adding two new stops in Toronto demonstrates that our government is on the right track as Ontario safely reopens.”

Bus passengers travelling to Toronto will now be able to stop at Toronto’s Union Station Bus Terminal and the King City GO station.  

“We’re always looking for ways to enhance the customer experience for our passengers,” said Corina Moore, CEO of Ontario Northland. “A King City GO Station stop and a Union Station Bus Terminal stop provide passengers with options to easily connect to rail, subway and regional transit when accessing Toronto, a popular destination for many northerners traveling for tourism, education, work and medical appointments.”

“Improving transportation options for the people of Northern Ontario has always been a priority for our government,” say Vic Fedeli, Nipissing MPP. “Today’s updates will ensure underserved Northern communities are connected and people have access to jobs and critical services.”

COVID-19 safety protocols remain in effect for all passengers, including a pre-boarding health screen and masks or face-coverings being worn at all times.