philippe couillard

Le projet de loi 100 et un nouveau départ

Depuis quelques jours, plusieurs commentaires publics ont été faits au sujet du projet de loi 100. Bien que ce projet de loi empêcherait les services de l’économie du partage comme Uber d’opérer sur le territoire du Québec, nous souhaitons exprimer notre engagement à trouver un compromis et des solutions réglementaires qui assureront une saine compétition et une conformité fiscale pour tous les joueurs de l’industrie.

Bill 100 and a New Beginning

Over the past days, many public comments have been made concerning Bill 100. While this draft legislation would prevent sharing economy services like Uber from operating in Quebec, we would like to express our commitment to find compromise and regulatory solutions that ensure healthy competition and equitable fiscal compliance for all industry players.

We continue to believe that Quebec is an ideal place for ridesharing. We truly want Uber to stay and work hand-in-hand with with the community as a good corporate citizen that contributes to the economic prosperity and welfare of the province.. Quebecers have long embraced the notion of the sharing economy and the public is hungry for more innovation. There is recognition in our province that we need change that better supports mobility, job creation and choice.