• Company had said it would quit if province pushed forward with new rules
  • Quebec’s transport minister stands by proposals ‘as a matter of fairness’

Uber has backed down from its threat to cease operations in the Canadian province of Quebec, saying instead that it now sees an opportunity for “constructive dialogue” with provincial authorities.

The ride-hailing service said last month it would stop operating in Quebec as of 14 October if the province continued to push forward with plans to demand additional training of its drivers.

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