The B.C. authorities has develop into the primary in Canada to completely cap the charges meals supply companies can cost to eating places.
Underneath the Meals Supply Service Price Act, which has now acquired royal assent, firms like Uber Eats and SkipTheDishes will be unable to cost eating places greater than 20 per cent of the greenback worth of an order.
B.C. initially carried out a brief cap of 15 per cent on the charges in December 2020, as meals supply surged whereas individuals have been urged to remain residence in the course of the pandemic.
Eating places had complained that the supply firms have been charging them as a lot as 30 per cent in fee on the full worth of a meals order, making it troublesome to generate any revenue in an business with razor-thin margins.
The momentary cap, which was prolonged twice, was because of expire on the finish of December.
The brand new act additionally bans firms from reducing driver compensation to skirt the charge cap.