Rob Woodbridge

Ride-sharing app Lyft is doubling down on Ottawa with a lease for a community hub, the tech giant’s first such space in Canada
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As it improves transportation accessibility and equity in Ottawa, Lyft recently launched its driver resource centre and support hub on Carling Avenue – the company’s first in Canada.
San Francisco-based ride-hailing service Lyft has enlisted a big-name local entrepreneur in its drive to challenge Uber for supremacy in the Ottawa market.
About 100 of the city’s brightest business minds gathered in a ByWard Market office in late June, cloaked in excitement and curiosity about a sector many are calling a potential game-changer: weara