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UPDATE: Agreement reached regarding First Student Canada buses

April 25, 2018

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An agreement has been reached in contract negotiations between First Student Canada and school bus drivers and monitors represented by Unifor. This is very welcome news for all involved, and means that school bus services will not be interrupted. 

First Student Canada is one of 30 operators under contract with Tri-Board Student Transportation Services, which provides busing to both the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board and the Limestone District School Board.

We thank students, their families and staff for their patience, understanding and preparation.

Tri-Board Bus Transportation Services and both school boards are committed to keeping families updated. 


Below are the routes that were indicated as being disrupted.

ALCDSB SchoolRun
Ecole Cathedrale CS218-1AM
Ecole Cathedrale CS218-1PM
St. Francis of Assisi CS210-1AM
St. Francis of Assisi CS210-1PM
Our Lady of Lourdes CS171-2AM
Our Lady of Lourdes CS171-2PM
Our Lady of Lourdes CS992-2PM
Our Lady of Mount Carmel CS170-2AM
Our Lady of Mount Carmel CS170-2PM
St. Patrick CS Harrowsmith220-2AM
St. Patrick CS Harrowsmith220-2PM
St. Patrick CS Harrowsmith291-1AM
St. Patrick CS Harrowsmith291-1PM
St. Patrick CS Harrowsmith294-1AM
St. Patrick CS Harrowsmith294-1PM
St. Paul CS Kingston194-1AM
St. Paul CS Kingston194-1PM
St. Thomas More CS199-2AM
St. Thomas More CS199-2PM
St. Thomas More CS218-2AM
St. Thomas More CS218-2PM
St. Marguerite Bourgeoys CS214-2AM
St. Marguerite Bourgeoys CS214-2PM
St. Marguerite Bourgeoys CS234-3AM
St. Marguerite Bourgeoys CS234-3PM
Regiopolis Notre Dame197-1AM
Regiopolis Notre Dame197-1PM
Regiopolis Notre Dame219-1AM
Regiopolis Notre Dame219-1PM
Holy Cross CSS170-1AM
Holy Cross CSS170-1PM
Holy Cross CSS171-1AM
Holy Cross CSS171-1PM
Holy Cross CSS234-1AM
Holy Cross CSS234-1PM
Holy Cross CSS234-2AM
Holy Cross CSS234-2PM
St. Martha CS942-1PM



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