Québec has commissioned three experts to avoid other sagas such as Uber and AirBnb
Thursday, February 8, 2018 18:21
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After having trouble with AirBnb and Uber, the government Couillard has commissioned three experts to find out how to frame and encourage the emergence of electronic platforms.
Currently, there is a blurring of regulatory for people who want to give their entry garage rental, popoter for unknown or sub-rent of the tools they have purchased, but they don’t use. However, there is a multitude of applications and websites allowing you to participate in what is called the “collaborative economy.”.
VAT News has learned that the minister of Economy, Dominique Anglade, will form a group of experts, composed of Nolywé Delannon, Christine Fréchette, Guillaume Lavoie – which will have as its mandate to find solutions. The conclusions must be submitted before the end of the parliamentary session, scheduled for the month of June.
For example, the working group should consider whether it is necessary to relax laws to encourage the development of these platforms. It could also be a question of tightening the rules to ensure that these companies respect the environment.
At the announcement tomorrow in Montreal, the government mentioned the examples of France and the United Kingdom that have considered the question.