Uber Might Leave Quebec?

Uber drivers are optimistic about the future of the ride-hailing service in Quebec after the premier’s appointment of a youthful André Fortin as transport minister.

Premier Philippe Couillard said Thursday Fortin would hold talks with representatives from the ride-hailing company.

Uber has threatened to would leave the province on Oct. 14 if the government didn’t back down on stiffer requirements it’s imposing on the service in order to renew its pilot project.

Then-transport minister Laurent Lessard said Uber drivers would have to undergo 35 hours of training — the same number of hours required of traditional taxi drivers  — and submit to a criminal background check by police.

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