We recently launched UberWISH in Edmonton, a chance for Uber riders and driver-partners to surprise and delight a chosen driver-partner by sharing their story with us and helping to grant his or her holiday wish. In only a few days, we received hundreds of inspiring stories… including one from Tom.
But before summoning an Uber, you should know what your future holds. We sense that demand will be higher than normal throughout the weekend, so we recommend reading your cards before hitting the road.
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 […]
Edmonton, the new UberEATS app is here! Whipping up one of the first meals on the UberEATS platform was El Cortez’s award-winning Executive Chef Lindsay Porter.
We’ve been cooking up something new – an app that makes getting great food as easy as requesting a ride. It’s our new food delivery service, and it’s called UberEATS! Following Toronto and Ottawa, Edmonton is the third Canadian city to get its hands on the new standalone UberEATS app. Edmonton couldn’t be a better […]
From 11am to 3pm on April 28, we’re teaming up with infinite WOOFS Animal Rescue Society to deliver puppy playdates to you and your friends at just a tap of a button!
In the past weeks, thousands of riders and hundreds of driver-partners have come forward to express their support for ridesharing and tell their stories. We’re sharing some of those stories here in appreciation for all who have voiced their support for innovation and ridesharing.
With no action by the NDP government on ridesharing, the Province has cost thousands of Edmonton drivers income opportunities by forcing Uber to suspend operations in the city.
Today we were joined by hundreds of supporters to ask the provincial government to approve rideshare licensing and insurance so that thousands of Albertans can continue to earn a living, and tens of thousands do not lose access to a much needed transportation system.
On Friday, February 19th, we’re teaming up with Jack.org to get Edmontonians thinking and talking about mental health.