Blog Category: Regulations

Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

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Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

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Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

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Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

uber-50.jpg

Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

Read More

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Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

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Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

Read More

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FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

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Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

Read More

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Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

Read More

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Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

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Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

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Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

635836639422120454-1765968098_uber-vs-taxi-title-card.png-1.jpg

Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

Read More

Categories:

Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

uber-50.jpg

Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

Read More

Categories:

FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

Read More

Categories:

Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

Read More

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Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

635836639422120454-1765968098_uber-vs-taxi-title-card.png-1.jpg

Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

Read More

Categories:

Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

uber-50.jpg

Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

Read More

Categories:

FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

Read More

Categories:

Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

Read More

Categories:

Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

635836639422120454-1765968098_uber-vs-taxi-title-card.png-1.jpg

Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

Read More

Categories:

Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

uber-50.jpg

Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

Read More

Categories:

FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

Read More

Categories:

Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

Read More

Categories:

Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

635836639422120454-1765968098_uber-vs-taxi-title-card.png-1.jpg

Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

Read More

Categories:

Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

uber-50.jpg

Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

Read More

Categories:

FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

Read More

Categories:

Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

Read More

Categories:

Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

635836639422120454-1765968098_uber-vs-taxi-title-card.png-1.jpg

Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

Read More

Categories:

Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

uber-50.jpg

Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

Read More

Categories:

FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

Read More

Categories:

Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

Read More

Categories:

Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

635836639422120454-1765968098_uber-vs-taxi-title-card.png-1.jpg

Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

Read More

Categories:

Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

uber-50.jpg

Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

Read More

Categories:

FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

Read More

Categories:

Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

Read More

Categories:

Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

635836639422120454-1765968098_uber-vs-taxi-title-card.png-1.jpg

Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

Read More

Categories:

Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

uber-50.jpg

Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

Read More

Categories:

FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

Read More

Categories:

Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

Read More

Categories:

Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

635836639422120454-1765968098_uber-vs-taxi-title-card.png-1.jpg

Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

Read More

Categories:

Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

uber-50.jpg

Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

Read More

Categories:

FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

Read More

Categories:

Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

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Taxi drivers won’t be allowed to sue the City of Toronto

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|12:43 pm

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Toronto cabbies have lost their effort to have a law suit filed against the City of Toronto. A judge tossed out the proposed $1.7 billion class action that is related…

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Labour board agrees to hear argument on Uber and Lyft employee benefits

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:48 am

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The Labour Relations Board of B.C. will allow submissions from a provincial union that is pushing for drivers for ride-hailing companies to be recognized as employees. United Food and Commercial…

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Toronto’s new ride-hailing regulations are now live

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|10:13 am

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Toronto’s new regulations surrounding ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber are now active. Under the new “vehicle-for-hire” bylaws, the City of Toronto is taking a stricter approach to ridesharing companies….

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Manitoba criticized over inadequate heavy vehicle inspections

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|8:58 pm

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Just like in Ontario, Manitoba’s government is failing to adequately inspect large commercial vehicles. Furthermore, the province’s auditor general said this week that there also insufficient checks ahead of commercial…

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Transport Canada reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday

By: Luke Jones|December 24, 2019|9:37 am

This week, Transport Canada reveled in the Christmas spirit, but with an important message alongside. Canada’s transport authority give Santa the greenlight to take off this year. At the same…

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FSRA announces advisory committee for auto insurance rate regulation reform

By: Luke Jones|December 20, 2019|5:16 pm

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The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario says it is forming a new technical advisory committee that will help to “transform” auto insurance rate regulations in the province. Under…

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Collision victims are impacting ODSP costs

By: Luke Jones|December 16, 2019|4:47 pm

Motor vehicle accident injuries account for a large portion of Ontario’s half a million people who receive government disability support, according to an advocate for claimants. “At the end of…

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Ontario failing to inspect over half of commercial vehicles

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|3:19 pm

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Ontario has a commercial auto insurance problem. More than half the commercial vehicle carriers in the province have not been inspected for two years. Indeed, the number of vehicles being…

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Ontario confirms e-scooter pilot program

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|3:16 pm

Ontario has announced it will introduce a pilot program for e-scooters throughout the province. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, a five-year pilot will begin. Under current Ontarian law, two-wheeled motorized scooters…

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Quebec’s cannabis prohibition deemed unconstitutional by provincial court

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2019|11:35 pm

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The Government of Quebec has confirmed it will appeal a court decision that deemed some of its provincial cannabis law as invalid. Specifically, the prohibition of home cultivation was not…

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