INQUIRING REPORTER: Has ride-hailing advanced too slowly?

Your Uber is arriving . . . assuming it can make a compelling case to a provincial committee. Uber and the local taxi industry delivered arguments for and against ride-hailing and ride-sharing services in the province during a three-day stretch this week.

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A recommendations report from the proceedings is expected shortly, with the government promising ride-hailing legislation by the end of 2018. Is it a good thing the government has been taking its time on this file, or should it have been pushed through sooner?

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