Silver Springs Community Speed Reduction Survey to 30 km/hr
As Eidul Fitr approaches, marking the end of Ramadan, I would like to offer warm regards to all who are observing this religious holiday.
The right to worship and observe the tenets of one’s faith is a basic right and is protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
MidasLetter July 16, 2015 James West
Canada’s largest city has come out swinging in the war against Uber. Yesterday, city councillor Jim Karygiannis warned Pan Am Games visitors not to use the popular ride-hailing service or risk a fine of up to $20,000.
Rats at the Enbridge dig area –Rats
Ward Report – Summer 2015
Toronto city councillor suggests UberX passengers could be fined up to $20,000 for using ‘bandit taxis’
National Post July 14, 2015 Ashley Csanady
Tyler Anderson/National PostA taxi driver at a protest against Uber by cab drivers who blocked traffic in front of Toronto City Hall, June 1, 2015.
Toronto Sun June 14, 2015 Don Peat and Nick Westoll
Licensing officials confirmed Tuesday that around half of those charges were laid after last week’s council decision that urged bylaw enforcement officers to crack down on UberX.
Uber’s UberX connects private drivers – rather than taxi or limo drivers – with paying passengers through the ride-sharing app.
CP24.com July 14, 2015 Codi Wilson
One Toronto city councillor says Pan Am Games visitors should steer clear of using services like uberX during their stay in Toronto unless they want to risk a massive fine.
Coun. Jim Karygiannis claims that uberX passengers could face a penalty between $300 to $20,000 for using the ride-hailing service.
July 14, 2015 – Statement By Jim Karygiannis – Pan Am Visitors – UberX passengers of unlicensed taxis can now be possibly fined up to $20,000
“I want to take this time to welcome visitors to Toronto who are here to enjoy the Pan Am Games as well as all of the other cultural festivals & events occurring in our city.
I am a strong believer in improved passenger safety and consumer protection. My statement today serves to achieve both.
July 14, 2015 – PAN AM GAMES VISITORS BEWARE Toronto City Councillor warns passengers of unlicensed taxis can now be fined up to $20,000
Toronto City Councillor Jim Karygiannis is warning Pan Am Games visitors to be wary of using anything but licensed taxi services while visiting Toronto.
“I want to warn pan am games visitors that they risk being charged and fined up to $20,000 if they use any unlicensed bandit taxis like UBER in Ontario” said Karygiannis in a statement.