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No service to Canada's Wonderland, starting November 1



Canada’s Wonderland is winding up its season this weekend.

The park is open for general admission for the last time this year Sunday, October 30. It’s also open for a family Hallowe’en event Monday, October 31 evening.

Local transit agencies also end service to and from Wonderland, with no service to the park until next spring, starting Tuesday, November 1.

Brampton Transit

Regular service along the 66 Wonderland route ended Labour Day, Monday, September 5.

GO Transit

Regular weekend-only service along the 60 Wonderland - York Mills route ends Sunday, October 30.

MiWay

Regular weekend-only service along the 66 Wonderland route ends Sunday, October 30. MiWay also operates two evening trips along the route for the Halloween Haunt event tonight, Friday, October 28 and Monday, October 31. The buses leave the Mississauga City Centre Terminal at 6 p.m. They leave the Wonderland Terminal at 12:30 a.m. Saturday, October 29 and Tuesday, November 1.

Toronto Transit Commission

Regular weekend-only service along the 165A Weston Rd North route ends Sunday, October 31. Starting Saturday, November 5, buses operate along the 165D branch of the route at all times Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Buses start and end their trips at the Highway 400 Loop, on the south side of Major Mackenzie Drive West, just west of Highway 400 and do not continue to Canada’s Wonderland.

York Region Transit

Regular weekend-only service along the 20 Jane - Concord route ends Sunday, October 30. Starting Saturday, November 5, buses remain on Jane Street for all trips Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Buses no longer divert off Jane Street to serve the Wonderland Terminal.