Fort St. James Greyhound station closed unexpectedly

The Fort St. James Greyhound office has closed, due to the previous managers closing up shop.

The Fort St. James Greyhound office has closed, due to the previous managers closing up shop.

The Teekay Taxi office also handled Greyhound freight and ticket sales, but Greyhound customers are left out in the cold now after the location closed due to reported family health issues, according to Greyhound.

Currently, Fort St. James Greyhound customers must meet the bus and pay the driver if they have cash or alternatively, give the driver some identification and then purchase their ticket in Vanderhoof. Buses are still maintaining the same schedule.

Freight is only going as far as Vanderhoof, and must be picked up or dropped off there.

While Greyhound reported the location in Fort St. James does not make enough money to merit a separate location, the company is searching for a replacement office partnership where customers could purchase tickets and pick up and drop off freight.

For further information, contact Lyn Potts at




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