It seems as though Mississauga is following in the footsteps of other GTA municipalities in attempting to take action against ride-sharing app Uber.
Mississauga City Council voted unanimously on Wednesday to request that Uber suspend services in the city, while new laws are drafted to bring Uber under regulation.
Uber X, which connects riders with drivers who use their own cars, was among the primary concerns of Mississauga City council, with issues such as insurance and driver background checks also raised.
The vote sees the city of Mississauga join Toronto and Brampton, who have both requested that the company cease operations while regulations are crafted.
However, the company continues to operate in both Toronto and Brampton.