Blog Category: Regulations

Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

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Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

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B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

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Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

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SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

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MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

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Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

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Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

Calgary-Flood

Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

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RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

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Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

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Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

uber-taxi-service-26.jpg

Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

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Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

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Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

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Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

uber-51.jpg

Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

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B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

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Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

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SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

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MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

madd-canada2028129.jpg

Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

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Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

Calgary-Flood

Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

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RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

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Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

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Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

uber-taxi-service-26.jpg

Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

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Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

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Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

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Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

uber-51.jpg

Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

Read More

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B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

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Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

Read More

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SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

Read More

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MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

madd-canada2028129.jpg

Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

Read More

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Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

Calgary-Flood

Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

Read More

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RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

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Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

Read More

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Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

uber-taxi-service-26.jpg

Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

Read More

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Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

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Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

uber-51.jpg

Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

Read More

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Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

Read More

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SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

Read More

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MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

madd-canada2028129.jpg

Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

Read More

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Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

Calgary-Flood

Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

Read More

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RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

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Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

Read More

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Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

uber-taxi-service-26.jpg

Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

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Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

uber-51.jpg

Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

Read More

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Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

Read More

Categories:

SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

madd-canada2028129.jpg

Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

Calgary-Flood

Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

Read More

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Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

Read More

Categories:

Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

uber-taxi-service-26.jpg

Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

Read More

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Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

uber-51.jpg

Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

Read More

Categories:

SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

madd-canada2028129.jpg

Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

Calgary-Flood

Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

Read More

Categories:

Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

Read More

Categories:

Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

uber-taxi-service-26.jpg

Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

Read More

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Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

uber-51.jpg

Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

Read More

Categories:

SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

madd-canada2028129.jpg

Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

Calgary-Flood

Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

Read More

Categories:

Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

Read More

Categories:

Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

uber-taxi-service-26.jpg

Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

Read More

Categories:

Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

uber-51.jpg

Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

Read More

Categories:

SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

madd-canada2028129.jpg

Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

Calgary-Flood

Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

Read More

Categories:

Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

Read More

Categories:

Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

uber-taxi-service-26.jpg

Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

Read More

Categories:

Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

uber-51.jpg

Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

Read More

Categories:

SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

Read More

Categories:

MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

madd-canada2028129.jpg

Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

Calgary-Flood

Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

Read More

Categories:

Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

Read More

Categories:

Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

uber-taxi-service-26.jpg

Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

Dollarphotoclub_54906261-39.jpg

Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

Read More

Categories:

Ottawa taxi drivers say business has declined dramatically since Uber introduction

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|11:46 am

uber-51.jpg

Uber has been available as a legal service in Ottawa for three years and the ride-hailing company has had a major impact on taxi drivers. Licensed cabbies in the city…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. premier says ride-hailing will arrive in 2019

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|10:17 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

The chances of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft coming to British Columbia received a shot in the arm this week as Premier Joh Horgan said legislation will arrive in…

Read More

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Impaired driving lawyer says not enough police are taking blood samples

By: Luke Jones|March 31, 2019|9:55 am

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week said it has received less toxicology test requests then expected following Canada’s stricter impaired driving laws. On lawyer who specializes in impaired…

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SGI introduces new gender option on driver’s licenses

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:37 pm

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced a change to its driver’s license details selection, adding a third gender to its list. Motorists in Saskatchewan will now be able to choose…

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MADD Canada’s School Assembly Program tackles impaired driving in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|10:13 am

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Students in Saskatchewan are receiving the messages that impaired driving is a killer that can be avoided. The School Assembly Program is being delivered by MADD Canada with sponsorship provided…

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Calgary politicians wade in on flood protection

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|5:14 pm

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Flood protection is becoming an increasingly hot topic across Canada, but in Calgary it has moved further up the political scale and is now an election issue. NDP Leader Rachel…

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RCMP receives fewer than expected drug driving toxicology requests following new law

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|9:45 am

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) admit they have been surprised by the low number of blood test requests that have come to its forensic lab in the wake of…

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Can Ontario learn from Pittsburgh’s new Autonomous Vehicle crash guidelines?

By: Luke Jones|March 5, 2019|7:42 pm

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As Ontario continues to ramp up its autonomous vehicle testing program, there may be learnable lessons in U.S. cities that have similar testing programs. For example, Pittsburgh is further along…

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Regina passes bylaws for Uber adoption

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|11:07 pm

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Regina has become the latest Canadian city to create regulations to accommodate ride-sharing companies, which could allow Uber and Lyft to enter the market within months. New bylaws were passed…

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Ontario plans expansion of autonomous vehicle testing

By: Luke Jones|February 22, 2019|11:48 am

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Ontario already allows autonomous vehicles on its road in a landmark pilot testing program. Now, the provincial government is working on expanding the program to bring more driverless cars to…

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