You keep saying that's this is pretty standard stuff.That is all pretty standard stuff I don't know why people are surprised or getting bent out of shape.
It's too bad they don't seem to take you seriously. They have no experience dealing with a company like Uber. I applaud Calgary for their stance and not allowing Uber to operate while requirements are put in place. I only wish that more cities and or governing bodies had stood up and were counted for the benefit of their constituants instead of succumbing to public pressure. It comes down to which is more important to these cities "safety" or "popularity". It does provide a barometer of which cities have integrety and are truly doing their jobs. One further item which points to Calgarys' integrety and I did hear this second hand so unsue as to it's validity, they Turned Down a Ssizeable Donation tht would allow Uber to operate.The Agreement takes away Canadian Drivers right to resolve disputes in a Court of Law.
Obviously you didn't read the thread.
Drivers will have to Accept & Agree to this new Agreement, in order to continue to drive for Uber_Canada.Let me get this correct so we shouldn't accept this new agreement? Is this the same thing as opting out from the agreement in the states.
Also it gives the impression drivers are on the hook for fines.4 monthly ago, UBER Canada used to lie to drivers saying: "Whatever misfortune happened and won't be covered by personal insurance policy, they go to UBER's world class premium coverage." Now the new agreement goes blatant, driver is 100% on your own.
Without insurance, don't know who wants to drive.