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Thursday, June 09, 2016 @ 8:00 PM | By Ajay Gajaria

Uber entered the market in Toronto in 2012 and since that time it has been a lightning rod for controversy. Most people that you speak to over the past four years have strong opinions on the municipal regulation of Uber that ranges from glowing support to deep distrust. Uber has been the subject of taxi industry protests, City Council debates, prohibitions from the city, prosecution of bylaw offences and litigation in Superior Court.

Recently, the City of Toronto changed its approach to the service and in...