Motor Coach Canada Mission Statement

To provide a united voice at the national level for motor coach tour operators and bus operators and to create an environment that supports members' investment and growth.

Under the umbrella of Motor Coach Canada, tour companies and bus operators have joined to have a common national voice on issues of mutual concern. Governed by a Board of Directors comprised equally of bus and tour operators, MCC is the only national association representing the interests of motor coach tour operators and bus operators that supply scheduled, charter, transit, and tour services.


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Privacy Policy Has Been Updated

We have updated our privacy policy to include our use of third party ad networks.

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Seat Belts in Motor Coaches - Fact Sheet (Nov. 2018)

There has recently been a lot interest in motor coach safety and seat belts on motor coaches. These concerns are understandable considering some of the media reporting on this issue, however, is important to keep the issue of belts in perspective and understand all the facts.

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Rainbow Bridge Construction Sep. 5 – Nov. 2

The Rainbow Bridge construction will impact the traffic lanes reducing them from 4 lanes down to 2 (one lane in each direction). This will invariably lead to delays, due to the footprint and short span of the Rainbow Bridge; we only have parking for 4 buses who may be awaiting processing. Operators are encouraged to use other Niagara Bridges (Queenston and Peace Bridges), check and if crossing at Rainbow Bridge, stagger arrival times and check border wait times via

Marijuana Legalization and International Travel

On October 17th, 2018 the Canadian federal government legalizes cannabis in Canada. While employers continue to ramp up drug and alcohol policies for managing personnel, there remains growing concern from the group travel industry regarding the customers knowledge and awareness of cannabis regulations, particularly when crossing the Canada-US border.

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December 18, 2017- ELDs are now mandatory in the U.S., effective today

ELDs Now Mandatory in the U.S.

For all operators, please be advised that Electronic Logs are now mandatory in the U.S., effective yesterday, December 18, 2017.

March 24, 2017 - Toronto school board bans U.S. trips

February 23, 2017 - The MCC office has moved!

Effective immediately, the MCC office is now located at the following address:

320 North Queen Street
Suite 210
Toronto, ON M9C 5K4

Please be sure to update all your records accordingly. All phone numbers, extensions and email addresses will remain the same.

January 1, 2017 - Changes to log book sales, online only

New this year, we are introducing a new process for ordering your log books. In an effort to streamline our services to you, all orders for MCC publications will now be done online. Please note that we can no longer accommodate walk-in orders at the OMCA office.

With this change, we are also introducing member codes for bulk discounts, which will replace the current member discounts. For more information, please contact us directly.

To make this transition as smooth as possible, we welcome you to email us at or call us at 416-229-6622. If you have any questions or concerns, or require any assistance ordering through the new system.


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