Nelson’s fleet sustained

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Craig Luke is the operations manager and Alain Chiasson (R) is a new co-owner of Queen City Shuttle in Nelson, B.C.

Craig Luke is the operations manager and Alain Chiasson (R) is a new co-owner of Queen City Shuttle in Nelson, B.C. — Marie Milner photo

Former corporate and commercial lawyer Alain Chiasson has found a new line of work and a new home. Chiasson and his partner, Carole Hebert, bought Queen City Shuttle & Charters (QCS) in February 2018, and already love their new home town of Nelson. “I feel like I should have been living in the Kootenays all my life,” said Chiasson. “I feel like this is home.” Even before Greyhound announced the end of its service in B.C., Chiasson was exploring ways to increase service from QCS. Ongoing updates to freight and passenger services will be posted on the company’s website.

Marie Milner

Marie Milner is a writer and photographer for Kootenay Business magazine and several other publications. She appreciates the inspiration that she gets during her interviews and hopes to share that inspiration with you. View all of Marie Milner’s articles

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