From Vancouver to Toronto, Calgary to Winnipeg, and now, Uber Eats is expanding to a total of 120 cities across Canada, allowing restaurants to connect with new and hungry audiences, and a network of local delivery people.
With limited dine-in options, COVID-19 has taken a toll on the restaurant industry across the country. However, delivery platforms like Uber Eats have been able to offer a new revenue stream for local restaurants, providing access to a network of delivery people and an audience of new customers.
“These days, supporting your favourite restaurants isn’t always easy. We are excited to offer Uber Eats in 120 markets in Canada to help provide additional support for the struggling industry. We are committed to working with the city’s restaurant scene to bring you the best Belleville has to offer at the touch of a button,” Lola Kassim, General Manager of Uber Eats Canada.
With Uber Eats, restaurants can choose between flexible options like 0% pick-up, 7.5% for online ordering, and 15% for restaurants that use their own delivery staff in addition to our full-service option.
Last year, Uber Eats also introduced ‘Eats Pass’ in Canada, a delivery subscription service priced at $9.99 CAD per month.
Update: this story was corrected to note 120 total cities in Canada, not a launch of 120 new cities.