Bus services cancelled as classes resume at Saskatoon schools Nov. 12

In-person classes will resume in Saskatoon on Thursday but bus service has been cancelled, according to both school divisions in the city. File Photo

While in-person classes will resume at Saskatoon schools on Thursday, students may need a lift from their parents.

All students with Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools and Saskatoon Public Schools did online learning on Tuesday due to recent snowfall cleanup while Wednesday was a statutory holiday for Remembrance Day.

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Both divisions announced on Wednesday that road conditions make it difficult for bus service and decided to cancel it on Thursday.

All school bus and taxi service for Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools students are also cancelled in Martensville and Warman for Thursday. The division said bus service for Humboldt and Biggar is scheduled to run.

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Saskatoon Public Schools said all school buses operated by First Student, Hertz and LP3 are cancelled, as well as all taxis that take students to school.

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Families who rely on bus service are asked to find alternate transportation and let schools know if students are unable to attend.

Saskatoon Transit buses are expected to run Thursday and all high school students should check service alerts online.

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