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Free transit for local seniors on Seniors Day

City and BC Transit team up to make it easier for seniors to get to event

Seniors Day takes place Sept. 8 in Quesnel, and the City as well as BC Transit are offering free rides for seniors on the day.

The Resource Fair will take place at the Seniors’ Centre in Quesnel from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a free pancake breakfast and information booths.

Seniors can ride Quesnel’s busses to and from the event for free on Sept. 8, according to a BC Transit news release.

To learn more about Seniors’ Day and other resources for seniors in Quesnel, visit quesnelseniorcentre.com.

For more information on transit in Quesnel, visit bctransit.com/quesnel.



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