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Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Saskatchewan Transportation Company
MCI Bus Being Serviced in Saskatoon
Slogan Ride in Comfort, Ride in Safety, Ride with STC
Parent Crown Investments Corporation Of Saskatchewan
Founded 1946
Headquarters 1717 Saskatchewan Drive Regina, Saskatchewan
Service area Province of Saskatchewan
Service type bus service, bus charter and bus parcel express
Routes 27
Destinations Over 250
Stations Over 170
Fleet Over 40

The Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) is a Crown Corporation of the Government of Saskatchewan, created in 1946 by an Order in Council.

It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Crown Investments Corporation Of Saskatchewan,[1] with a mandate to provide bus services carrying people and freight between major centres and to as much of the rural population as possible.


  • Facilities 1
    • Regina Terminal 1.1
    • Saskatoon Terminal 1.2
    • Prince Albert Terminal 1.3
    • Agencies 1.4
  • Maintenance Services 2
    • Saskatoon Bus Service Centre 2.1
    • Regina Bus Maintenance Centre 2.2
  • Passenger services 3
  • Express services 4
  • Charter services 5
  • Fleet 6
  • Employees 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9


STC owns and operates bus depots in Regina, Saskatoon, and Prince Albert,[2] and has numerous agencies in communities throughout the province. STC also serves as the agent for Greyhound at many of its locations.

Regina Terminal

Address: 1717 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina
Facility includes: Head office, STC bus station, STC freight terminal, Greyhound Canada service, Robin's Donuts
Opened: October 8, 2008[3]

Saskatoon Terminal

Saskatoon Depot
Address: 50 – 23rd Street East, Saskatoon
Facility includes: STC bus station, STC freight terminal, Greyhound Canada service, Robin's Donuts

Prince Albert Terminal

Address: 99 – 15th Street East, Prince Albert
Facility includes: STC bus station, STC freight terminal, Greyhound Canada service


The Saskatchewan Transportation Company works with over 170 private companies within the province to provide local passenger and express depots to rural communities. These locations are referred to as agencies and make up the ground work by which STC is able to provide service to the people of Saskatchewan.[4]

Maintenance Services

The Saskatchewan Transportation Company operates Maintenance Facilities in Regina and Saskatoon. This allows for the efficient operation of their fleet and provides an array of services to foreign fleet customers.

Saskatoon Bus Service Centre

Address: 88 King Street, Saskatoon

Regina Bus Maintenance Centre

Address: 9th Avenue and Wallace Street, Regina

Passenger services

STC operates a number of routes to both urban and rural communities across Saskatchewan. Many STC passenger coaches are wheelchair accessible and all are Wi-Fi equipped.

Express services

STC has a history of package delivery across Saskatchewan. Many people rely on STC to transport packages, parcels, and equipment to rural areas. While providing overnight service in many locations, STC also provides customers with door-to-door pick-up and delivery in major centres.

Charter services

STC provides charter services to a number of groups and organizations every year in Saskatchewan. Many corporations, sports teams, and clubs choose STC when travelling to functions both in and out of province. Charters are available any day of the week and for various lengths of time subject to availability.[5]


STC maintains a fleet of coaches, freight trucks and trailers. Many passenger vehicles are wheelchair accessible and all are Wi-Fi enabled.


STC employs over 230 people. All In Scope employees are members of the Amalgamated Transit Union.[6]


  1. ^ Crown Corporations: Saskatchewan Transportation Company
  2. ^ STC Locations: Depots
  3. ^ New Passenger and Freight Terminal Opening
  4. ^ STC Agencies
  5. ^ STC Charter Services
  6. ^ ATU Local 1374 Saskatchewan

External links

  • Saskatchewan Transportation Company
  • ATU Local 1374
  • Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan page
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