The closure of the Acadian Lines bus company this autumn was a potential calamity for the Maritime population, much of which lost access to rail travel in the Mulroney years. Fortunately a new carrier has stepped in, and this is their route map. You can see there are still two blank areas. Though northern New Brunswick is visited by Via Rail three days a week, the western end of Nova Scotia is without bus or rail service. Having used the Acadian Lines bus like a city bus in my youth in the Annapolis Valley I wonder how a Digby-to-Kentville route cannot make money.