E-scooter company Lime lays off nearly all Canadian employees

    A man rides a Lime e-scooter in Calgary. Shutterstock/David Prahl

    E-scooter company Lime has laid off all but two of its full-time Canadian staff, The Logic has learned. 

    The Canadian cuts, which were confirmed by three sources with knowledge of the situation, were part of global layoffs announced at the end of April that affected about 80 employees, or 13 per cent of Lime’s workforce. They come as a growing number of cities are turning to e-scooters to help alleviate crowded transit amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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