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Northern Health Connections modified holiday schedule


FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northern Health Connections Bus Program will be running on a modified schedule starting December 17th, 2018 leading up to a holiday season break.

Starting December 17th, NH Connections buses will begin their last routes for 2018. Regular routes will resume the week of January 1st, 2019. The NH Connections booking centre will be closed on statutory holidays (December 25th and 26th, and January 1st, 2019), but open on regular business days.

DepartsFinal route (2018)First route (2019)
Prince George to VancouverDecember 20thJanuary 1st
Vancouver to Prince GeorgeDecember 22ndJanuary 3rd
Prince George to Prince RupertDecember 23rdJanuary 2nd
Prince Rupert to Prince GeorgeDecember 22ndJanuary 3rd
Prince George to Fort St. JohnDecember 20thJanuary 3rd
Fort St. John to Prince GeorgeDecember 22ndJanuary 5th
Valemount to Prince GeorgeDecember 18thJanuary 8th
McBride, Valemount to KamloopsDecember 20thJanuary 3rd
Burns Lake to TerraceDecember 20thJanuary 3rd
Fort Nelson to Dawson CreekDecember 18thJanuary 8th
Dawson Creek to Fort NelsonDecember 20thJanuary 10th
Mackenzie to Prince GeorgeDecember 19thJanuary 2nd
Quesnel to Prince GeorgeDecember 18thJanuary 8th
Burns Lake to Prince GeorgeDecember 18thJanuary 8th
Burns Lake via Fort St. JamesDecember 19thJanuary 2nd

Full details on the NH Connections holiday schedule and other program information are available through the booking centre at 1-888-647-4997; via e-mail at [email protected]; or on the internet www.nhconnections.ca.

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NH Connections provides transportation for clients travelling to non-emergent health services outside their home communities. A variety of routes connect communities across northern B.C., along with service to Vancouver. Demand for the service typically drops over the holiday season as fewer people book health care appointments.

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