Grey Goose Bus Lines

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Grey Goose Bus logo.png
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Grey Goose Lines #240 on layover.
Slogan Experience Makes the Difference.
Parent Greyhound Canada
Founded 1934
Headquarters 301 Burnell Street,[1]
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Service area Canadian prairies
Service type Intercity bus service
Fleet Approximately 170 coaches
Website www.greyhound.ca

Grey Goose Bus Lines is a subsidiary of Greyhound Canada operating in the Canadian province of Manitoba.

History[edit]

1924-1934[edit]

Brown Brothers Bus Line
John (Jack) Smith started a bus service between Winnipeg and Carman.

1934-1961[edit]

Grey Goose Bus Lines Limited
The partnership of Gary M. Lewis, Elmer Clay, William R. Lewis, Albert J. Todd, and Alfred Hurshman was incorporated as Grey Goose Bus Lines Limited.

1961-Present[edit]

Grey Goose Bus Lines (Manitoba) Limited

Public transit[edit]

Grey Goose operates the Thompson Transit system in Thompson, Manitoba

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