Pandemic, rising costs push a quarter of Torontos

2022-04-05
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UPDATE: On FebThe Dartmouth General hospital in Dartmouth, N.S. on Monday, May 10, 2021.. 18, Toronto city council voted to temporarily reduce taxi and limousine licensing fees by 50 per cents free to deplo, reinstate expired or cancelled licenses upon payment and suspend further cancellations.

Taxi and limousine operators will see a temporary 50 per cent reduction in their licensing renewal fees?

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A combination of COVID-19 severely slowing business, additional cleaning costs, increasing insurance rates and competition with ride-sharing apps has led to thousands hanging up their keys, according to driversThe South Armour Heights Residents.

In January 2020, there were 11,827 people licensed to drive a taxi or limousine with the City of Toronto. In January 2021 that number decreased by 25 per cent to 8,733.

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