A Community of Mutual Respect

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.

BC ridesharing statement

Today’s announcement is a step forward by the provincial government and we’re encouraging all parties in British Columbia to commit to bringing forward progressive regulations that embrace ridesharing in 2017.

Edmonton, we’re back!

You heard it– after a brief pit stop, we’re finally back to the City of Edmonton…just in time for Canada Day! Starting at midnight tonight, Edmontonians can once again enjoy the reliability and convenience of uberX at just the tap of a button! Earlier this year, the City of Edmonton passed ride-sharing regulations that encouraged […]

Insurance for ridesharing with Uber in Alberta

The Superintendent of Insurance of Alberta has approved a new ridesharing insurance policy for the province that will be available as of July 1.

Meet Joel: Father and Uber Driver-Partner

Have you ever wondered who the friendly-face in your driver’s seat is outside of the car? Meet Joel, a young dad who’s been driving with Uber for over a year and completed 4,000+ trips!

Did Toronto City Council Hear You?

Will City Council allow Uber to stay in Toronto? It all comes down to tomorrow’s vote. Make sure your voice is heard.

Une grande nouvelle pour Ottawa!

Ottawa ouvre la voie à la réglementation du covoiturage urbain!
Les nouvelles règles encadrant le covoiturage sont bonnes pour nos utilisateurs, nos partenaires-chauffeurs et permettent de meilleures options de transport à Ottawa.

What Calgarians are saying about ridesharing

In the aftermath of the suspension of Uber in Calgary and the recent implementation of the city’s vehicle-for-hire bylaw, we wanted to better understand where our fellow Calgarians stand on these recent events. Here’s what they had to say.

The provincial government should say YES to ridesharing in 2016

This future is well within reach. That is why, on behalf of riders and drivers who want choice, we are asking the province to take action this spring to welcome ridesharing to BC.

Vote for a Better Ottawa

On April 13, Ottawa City Council will vote to regulate ridesharing. We need your help to demonstrate what Ottawa can achieve with smart, progressive regulations for ridesharing, and what’s at stake if Council gets this wrong.