Expect another heated debate down at City Hall Wednesday, and it all has to do with how you get around the city.
City council is being asked, again, to block the ride share, Uber, from operating in the city.
There has already been an unsuccesful attempt to make that happen, but city staff have been working to on new regulations which would bring the service on par with the taxi industry.
Just a few weeks ago, Uber was granted a taxi brokerage license from the city, angering cab drivers.
They have threatened to protest during the upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend, which is taking place in Toronto, February 12-14.
Meantime a recent poll done for Uber by Nanos Research finds the majority of Torontonians would like to see new by-laws regarding the ride share. 82% thought new by-laws should be the priority over an injunction to shut down the service.
The study found that overall, 39% have a positive impression of Uber.