Uber Eats is set to expand to a couple more locations in Quebec, with Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivères and Levis set to gain the mobile food delivery service.
CBC Radio-Canada reports the service will launch in Trois-Rivières by the end of August, and after eventually roll out in Sherbrooke and Lévis as well.
Uber Eats allows customers to place mobile orders on their smartphones and have food delivered in 30 minutes for a $5 charge. When Uber Eats launched in Montreal, only 100 restaurants were on board, but now there are over 1,500 restaurant partners in Quebec.
Last month, Uber Eats partnered with Cineplex to deliver movie concession items to its users.