Uber survey: 26 per cent of Canadian drivers rate company poor for dependable earnings

SAN FRANCISCO -- A new report from Uber Technologies Inc. says its Canadian drivers and couriers don't think they receive dependable earnings.

The survey of 23,428 people earning money through the company's platform says only 31 per cent rated Uber as “good” for dependable earnings.

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