If you rely on Greyhound busses to get between Montreal and other Canadian cities, such as Toronto or Ottawa, you'll have to start looking for a new mode of transit. \nGreyhound Canada announced on Thursday that it would be shutting down all operations on its remaining routes in Ontario and Quebec, as it permanently discontinues service across Canada. The change is effective at midnight on May 13. \nEditor's Choice: Montreal Finally Has A Plan To Fix Infuriating Construction Signs & Orange Cones\n\nThe good news is that Greyhound Lines, Inc. (USA) is separate from Greyhound Canada, which means Montrealers can still use Greyhound to get to the U.S. \nWhen the Canada-U.S. border reopens, so will Greyhound routes from Montreal to New York and Montreal to Boston, according to the news release. \nIf you already bought a Greyhound bus ticket for travel within Canada after May 13, you can request a refund by calling 1-800-661-TRIP (8747) — but you'll need to do so before June 30.