The Town of Innisfil and Uber today launched Canada’s first ridesharing-transit partnership. Through this partnership, the Town of Innisfil will subsidize a portion of the fare for all trips taken by residents within Innisfil, while offering additional subsidies for rides going to and from transit hubs.
Whether you’re looking to do something low-key or yearning for an upscale event for Mother’s Day, Toronto has an abundance of options.
May in Toronto promises everything from natural beauty to fine art, with the cultural scene kicking it up a few notches with major shows and exhibitions.
Sun’s out, buns out! Spring is here and to celebrate UberEATS is hosting #BurgerWeek from April 24th to 30th. If warm weather and t-shirts wasn’t already enough good news, we’re also including a FREE* can of Budweiser Prohibition Brew non-alcoholic beer with the purchase of any entree from participating burger restaurants. To order, simply open […]
Starting today, uberPOOL will also be available in Brampton and Scarborough. uberPOOL will give residents the option to share their journey with another rider heading in the same direction at the same time. This will mean more people in fewer cars, cheaper rides for passengers, and less time between trips for drivers.
As UberEATS approaches its second anniversary in Toronto, one thing has become clear: there is no shortage of delicious food or passionate restaurateurs in this city. The cost of starting a restaurant can be hundreds of thousands of dollars and often requires months of construction, procurement, and planning. To help make it even easier for […]
Treat people as you would like to be treated yourself. It’s a universal truth we were all taught from a young age. And something that’s important here in the Uber community. Whether you’re a rider wanting to get from A to B or a driver looking to earn money—everyone should enjoy the ride. That’s why we’re updating our Community Guidelines today in Canada. They now explain the kind of behaviour we expect from both riders and drivers when using Uber.
As we’ve gotten bigger, many driver-partners have expressed concern that some of our support policies are stacked against them and seem to put riders’ interests above theirs. We’ve heard that more balance is needed when it comes to holding all who use Uber, including riders, accountable.
Dear Mississauga City Council, We, the undersigned, as members of Mississauga’s restaurant industry, are writing you to tell you about the positive impact of Uber and ridesharing is having in Mississauga for our customers and business. It’s well known that with uberX, residents of Mississauga get to use their vehicles–an asset that sits around most […]
Dear London City Council, As post-secondary students studying and living in London, we use Uber to get to and from class, home from bars on Richmond Street, and in other Canadian cities like Waterloo, Toronto, and Hamilton, all of which have passed by-laws that enable the continued operation of ridesharing and Uber. On February 14, […]