Uber versus taxis: Who’s lobbying whom at Toronto city hall

January 7, 2016 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Global News

There’s been no shortage of public political posturing in Toronto’s battle over who’s allowed to drive you places for money and what happens if local governments can’t or won’t enforce their own bylaws.

But much of the jockeying takes place behind closed doors — in meetings, phone calls or email exchanges between councillors, policy-makers and those hoping to sway them.

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