Vancouver Man’s Samsung Smartphone Bursts Into Flames in the Car
According to a Vancouver man, his Samsung smartphone burst into flames while he was driving.
Rogers Pro On-the-Go Launches in Vancouver
Rogers has announced its Pro On the Go service has expanded to Vancouver.
Vancouver Taxi Companies Increase Efforts to Remove Geographic Boundaries for Passenger Pickup
Taxi companies in Vancouver are leveling the playing field with ride-sharing companies.
City of Surrey ‘Absolutely’ Still Issuing $500 CAD Tickets to Uber Drivers
Surrey Councillor Brenda Locke says that bylaw officers in the city are "absolutely" still giving Uber drivers $500 CAD fines for operating.
BC Premier Tells Surrey Mayor to Back Down in Ride-Hailing Fight
Horgan says competition brings challenges but the government developed safeguards to ensure a level playing field for taxi firms and companies like Uber and Lyft.
Vancouver Taxi Association, Other Taxi Companies Fight Back Against Ride-Hailing
Ride share companies Uber and Lyft finally began operations in Vancouver this past weekend, but taxi companies are not happy about it.
Surrey Mayor to Increase Enforcement Against Uber Drivers, Says Company is ‘Operating Illegally’
The mayor said officers will increase enforcement against Uber drivers picking up passengers in the city, going against provincial regulations, Uber, and some members of his own council.
Vancouver Uber Driver Issued Bylaw Infraction Ticket by Surrey Police Officers
A Vancouver Uber driver was shocked to get a bylaw infraction ticket after he accepted a ride request in Surrey.
Lyft and Uber Have Launched in the Streets of Metro Vancouver
After getting approved by the PTB, Lyft and Uber cars have hit the streets of Metro Vancouver.
Blaine, WA, Tesla Supercharger Now Open; Vancouverites Rejoice
A new Tesla Supercharger is now available in Blaine, down in Washington State.
Uber Announces Vancouver Launch Coming This Fall, Still Critical of Class 4 Licenses
Uber has announced it will launch ridesharing in Vancouver this year.
Petition Calls for B.C. to Drop Class 4 Licence Requirement for Ridesharing Drivers
Vancouver remains the largest city in North America without access to ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft.