Taxi Drivers in Calgary Facing Hard Time as Ride-Sharing Usage Continues to Grow
Taxi drivers in Calgary are facing a hard time as ride-sharing usage continues to grow.
Mobile App Helps Canadian Waste Solutions Company Record Sales Leads
Mobile app helps Canadian waste solutions company record sales leads.
Aviva Canada Applauds Bill to Create Designated “Safe Texting Zones” for Drivers
Aviva Canada is applauding a bill to address distracted driving through the creation of designated "safe texting zones".
Ride-Sharing App Uber Attracts New Drivers in Sarnia, Giving Some Residents Additional Income Source
Ride-sharing service Uber continues to successfully attract new drivers in all parts of Canada.
York Region Police Ride Public Transit to Spot Distracted Drivers
York Region Police (YRP) have started to ride public transit to spot distracted drivers.
Uber Fears Losing Drivers in Quebec Over ‘Restrictive and Complex Regulations’
Uber fears losing drivers in Quebec over restrictive and complex regulations in the province.
Taxi Drivers in Quebec File an Injunction Against the Government and Uber
A group that represents the taxi drivers in Quebec filed an injunction against the government.
Edmonton SmartTravel App Aims to Improve Road Safety
A new app called Edmonton SmartTravel can help improve road safety.
Ottawa Police Issue Over 600 Tickets During Canada Road Safety Week
Ottawa Police issued over 600 tickets for traffic violations as a part of Canada Road Safety Week.
Aviva Canada Cancelling Policies of UberX Drivers Without Proper Commercial Insurance
Aviva Canada, one of Canada’s largest insurance companies, is cracking down on UberX drivers who do not have proper commercial insurance.
Edmonton Police Issue Hundreds of Distracted Driving Tickets, Fees in P.E.I Triple
The Edmonton Police Service issued hundreds of tickets for distracted driving in the city during its “Hang Up and Drive” campaign, a 24 hour ticketing blitz, on August 5.
Uber Claims Edmonton Officials Named Wrong Corporate Entity in Attempt to File Injunction
Uber’s lawyers argued in court that Edmonton officials named the wrong corporate entity in an attempt to get an injunction against the company.