“We’re riding an incredible wave right now,” says co-founder and CEO of Ottawa-based last-mile delivery firm that ships goods on behalf of merchants in four Canadian cities.
Bikes, booze and e-scooters are part of Uber Canada's plans for the country in 2019.
San Francisco-based ride-hailing service Lyft has enlisted a big-name local entrepreneur in its drive to challenge Uber for supremacy in the Ottawa market.
A local newspaper said Wednesday it has no intention of taking down a secretly recorded video of several Ottawa Senators players despite a legal notice insisting leaving it online violate
More rideshare change appears to be on the way, as the city is preparing for Lyft to expand into Ottawa in the near future. 
One year after Ottawa city council gave Uber the green light, city staff say they’ve had relatively few problems and are not planning to
Published reports say ride-hailing company Uber could be about to cease operations in Quebec.
Travis Kalanick, the combative and embattled CEO of ride-hailing giant Uber, has resigned under pressure from investors at a pivotal time fo
As traditional taxi companies adjust to competing against ride-hailing services such as Uber, an Ottawa taxi brand is releasing a new app that it says offers a new way of booking rides.
For event planners considering where to hold their next conference, tourism officials in Ottawa have a simple message: Be here for Canada’s big year.