Coach Canada

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Parent Stagecoach Group
Founded 1999
Headquarters 2015 Fisher Drive
Peterborough, ON K9J 7B1
Service area Quebec and Ontario, Canada
Service type Intercity coach service
Airport shuttle
Tour bus
Bus charter
Contract service
Alliance Coach USA
Operator see article
Website Official Website

Coach Canada is the Canadian affiliate of Coach USA, and part of the North American operations of Stagecoach, the international transport group, with its headquarters in Perth, Scotland, UK.

Operations are confined to the provinces of Quebec and Ontario, providing services in the main centres such as Toronto, Montreal, Kingston, Whitby and Niagara Falls. The division is mainly a mix of scheduled services and charter operations, with the addition of some transit, school bus and sightseeing tour operations.[1]


Approval under the Investment Canada Act was given to Stagecoach Holdings Plc in October 1999,[2] to acquire Erie Coach Lines of London, Autocar Connaisseur Inc., of Montréal and Trentway-Wagar of Peterborough, which became the core of their Canadian operations today.

Gray Line Montreal, although also owned by Stagecoach Group, is independently operated.[3]

Scheduled bus services[edit]

Coach Canada operates Megabus service between Toronto, Montreal and Niagara Falls. A Van Hool double-decker bus is shown

This service is offered under:[4][5]

Public transit operations[edit]

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