Beginning on July 8, there will be a new way to travel between Montreal and Ottawa. Orléans Express will help fill the void left by Greyhound after the inter-city bus operator discontinued service in Canada back in May. 

Orléans Express announced that it's adding a daily connection linking MontrealGatineau and Ottawa starting on Thursday. According to the website, there will also be stops in Kirkland.

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Orléans Express has existing routes all across Quebec — from Montreal to the Gaspé Peninsula. Their busses feature Wi-Fi, folding tables, individual electrical outlets and reclining seats. 

Passengers can book tickets online

Tickets to or from Ottawa on a regular day seem to go for about $50 (one way). But Orléans Express is having a sale this Thursday and Friday when you can get tickets for $25.