Kasper Transportation is a leading provider of transportation services in Northern Ontario. We specialize in school boards, government agencies, and corporate transportation, as well as providing transportation for a variety of people, including children, teens, adults, and the elderly. In addition, we also offer medical transport, shopping trips, wedding shuttles, Christmas parties, special events, conventions, and a comprehensive network of scheduled bus services.
Providing scheduled services between Thunder Bay to Longlac, Sioux Lookout, Winnipeg, White River and stops in between!
We provide charter service to a variety of destinations, so you can choose the perfect getaway for you and your family.
Ship-by-Bus: Get amazing deals on parcel services! We provide same-day and next-day delivery at a fraction of the cost of regular Canada Post shipping fees!
We spare no expense on our maintenance, no cutting corners, no saving money on repairs, no messing around with our customer safety. We take this dead seriously.
If your looking to join a company that appreciates you, and respects you, and you are willing to contribute to our success, we are happy to have you on our team! Please check our job listing for our job postings.
We try our best to help our communities and contribute by giving back. If you think we can help your cause or organization, you need to fill out the request form. If we can help we will get back to you!
Information about precautions we take for health & safety of everyone. Post covid-19, we continue making sure our vehicles and locations are as clean as possible.
At Kasper we’re always looking to make things better for our customers. We always make sure our buses are safe and clean and we’re sure you’ll arrive satisfied!
Our friendly staff are waiting to help you with any details on your upcoming travel needs. Use the contact form or call us toll free and one of our Customer Service Agents will be happy to help!
Kasper Transportation CEO is unhappy with the bus expansion because he believes it gives an unfair advantage to ONTC
Oct 23, 2022