Greyhound buses have been an essential part of transportation in the prairies for nearly a century, but that ends November 1st. The company says declining ridership has forced them to take their buses off the roads of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and almost all of British Columbia. What happens to communities that rely on them as public transit? Should government step in? Reporters Kaitlin Lee from 660 News in Calgary, and Kayla Butler from News 1130 in Vancouver, are on the ground asking Canadians what it means when service stops.