We are calling on you to immediately replace the Greyhound service and fund long distance travel along the Highway of Tears.
Why is this important?
BC’s Highway of Tears, known for the number of primarily indigenous women and girls who have gone missing or been murdered from travelling along the highway since the 70s, is about to lose essential safe transportation.
Greyhound, who are the only providers of long-distance transport along the highway between Prince George and Prince Rupert, will be ending their services along the route on May 31st. 
The highway is a vital link for families and communities along Highway 16, the end of Greyhound service would put more people at risk, as hitchhiking may become their only option for travel along the highway.
It has been 11 years since the Symposium on the Highway of Tears submitted their final report and recommendations, yet few of these have been met.  It is time to take action, and demand safe, accessible travel along the highway.