A Foodora courier is pictured as they pick up an order for delivery from a restaurant in Toronto, on Feb. 27, 2020. (Nathan Denette/CP0

Foodora couriers are now dependent contractors—that’s a problem for Big Tech

Andrew Cash: The Ontario Labour Relations Board decision throws into question the status of workers on all platforms: Uber, Lyft, TaskRabbit, and more. And it opens a huge opportunity for the labour movement.

Online grocery shopping could soon explode in Canada

Uber is rumoured to be eyeing online grocery delivery in Canada. Will chains be able to step up their e-commerce game?

The gig economy keeps growing, but its workers are fed up

Collective action has become a rallying cry around the world for Foodora couriers, Uber drivers, and other gig economy workers. But will the movement be successful?

What we can learn from British Columbia’s transportation regulators

John Lorinc: The commerce of ride-hailing, delivered by tech giants Uber and Lyft, exploded in Toronto before we could get a handle on it

What if the Toronto-Waterloo corridor really becomes the next Silicon Valley?

Uber, Microsoft and Intel are the latest tech heavyweights to invest and expand in the Toronto-Waterloo corridor—but buzzy names alone won’t make the region the next big thing

How the growing gig economy is making life harder for North American workers

A journalist argues the new climate has led to people without things like unemployment insurance, retirement savings and a feeling of security

How one Ontario town used Uber to solve its public transit crisis

Opinion: Uber has already helped a small town move people from place to place. Can the ride-sharing service help bigger cities fight congestion?

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Inside the fight for the future of grocery delivery in Canada

Apps like Instacart are aiming to revolutionize how Canadians shop for groceries, but established players have their own plans to challenge them

Has Uber finally hit a regulatory wall?

Uber’s swift expansion has pitted it against governments for years. Most of the time, it wins. Now, things are different.

Uber wants in to public transit. Cities should proceed with caution.

The ride sharing service’s new deal with Innisfil, Ont. points to its future-proofing strategy, but municipalities need to think hard before partnering up

Why Uber’s manipulation of drivers is so wrong

Uber has been manipulating its drivers into working longer hours and accepting more rides. It’s part of a bigger problem facing gig workers.