Uber’s Quebec general manager, Jean-Nicolas Guillemette, said the company would cease operations in the province on Oct.
He said Uber had paid the province around C$7 million ($5.68 million) in fees during the pilot which would fund efforts to modernize the province’s taxi industry.
The move affects Quebec cities including Montreal, the country’s second-largest city, and Quebec City.
Uber does not operate in Vancouver or Winnipeg, due to a lack of provincial regulation in the provinces of British Colombia and Manitoba, respectively.
Uber rival Lyft, which operates only in the United States at present, has started exploring a move north of the border.