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Car sharing service Turo says launch into B.C. market is ‘imminent’

May 28, 2020 THE CANADIAN PRESS

VANCOUVER – Fans of car-sharing services in British Columbia are about to get another option within weeks of the closure of two other car-share businesses in the province. Turo, which describes itself as the world’s largest peer-to-peer car sharing platform,

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Car sharing firm leaves Canada with valuable data in changing market: expert

February 27, 2020 Brenna Owen - THE CANADIAN PRESS

VANCOUVER – The car-sharing company formerly known as Car2Go is closing up shop in North America on Saturday, taking with it valuable data for automakers looking to the future, says one expert. The data could show how frequently people choose

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GM brings Maven car-sharing startup to Toronto

February 13, 2018 David Paddon - THE CANADIAN PRESS

TORONTO – General Motors Co. is bringing its Maven car-sharing business to Canada for the first time as part of the Detroit-based company’s broader strategy for navigating through a rapidly changing automotive world. Toronto will be the first city outside

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Turo launches car-sharing marketplace in B.C., partners with car rental entrepreneurs

October 3, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Turo, which connects local car owners with travellers looking for adventure and in need of a vehicle, has expanded its car-sharing marketplace into British Columbia. To address provincial insurance regulations, the company has structured the expansion by partnering with local,

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Fintech firms can ‘get to market quickly,’ ICTC speaker warns

February 28, 2017 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

Competitors outside the property & casualty industry are trying to “bite away” at the P&C market, while fintech is starting to “emerge in spaces where banking isn’t,” a senior executive with a major insurer told industry professionals Tuesday. “Over the