(North Bay, Ontario – August 23, 2019) Ontario Northland will be providing savings options for customers by introducing new pricing structures on all passenger travel effective September 4th, 2019.
(North Bay, Ontario – August 7, 2019) After a successful year of collaborating on vital transportation projects, Metrolinx and Ontario Northland announced today they would be further developing the alliance between the two agencies.
Effective June 30th, 2019 the schedule for the Polar Bear Express passenger train, which connects Cochrane and Moosonee, will be modified.
Ontario Northland is trialling a new bus stop at the Highway 407 Terminal in Vaughan. Passengers travelling between North Bay and Toronto can now take advantage of the connections offered at this multi-modal terminal with GO Transit bus service, the TTC subway and York Regional Transit.
February 25, 2019 – A five-year tentative agreement between Ontario Northland Transportation Commission (Ontario Northland) and Unifor Local 103 was ratified this weekend.
North Bay, ON: February 19, 2019 - Ontario Northland Transportation Commission (Ontario Northland) and Unifor Local 103 announced that they have reached a tentative collective agreement for all five bargaining units.
North Bay, ON: February 1st, 2019
Receiving health care services in Northern Ontario often requires travel for patients and their families. Rather than driving or finding a ride, Ontario Northland is providing scheduled daily service to many of the region’s hospitals.
July 27, 2018: Metrolinx and Ontario Northland will be piloting a combined weekend service this August to give visitors to the Muskoka Region and North Bay a convenient, comfortable way to take transit and avoid traffic delays.
- Ontario Northland is featured alongside Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway in Discovery’s new original Canadian series “Rocky Mountain Railroad”. The all-new, eight-part series premieres Monday, March 5th at 10pm ET on Discovery and will tell the stories of railroad crews battling tough winter weather and rough terrain to keep Canada’s critical freight and passenger trains moving.