TORONTO — Ride-hailing service Uber is teaming with Loblaws, Canada’s largest grocer, in an experimental program that offers free rides to Toronto customers who order their groceries online.Uber says on its blog that the experiment, running from April 14 to April 20, will provide free rides valued at up to $30 to and from one of three Loblaws click & collect locations in the city.The move comes as Uber has come under fire from city officials, who filed an injunction in November to shut the unlicensed service down, saying it violates municipal taxi regulations.Uber Toronto GM speaks out on court challenge: ‘We need a political solution, not a legal solution’Loblaw launches Naturally Imperfect program to sell undersized, blemished produceLoblaws and Uber both tweeted the offer on their Twitter accounts on Tuesday.Get a free @Uber_CANADA to Loblaw Click&Collect & win $1K in groceries #ClickCollectUber— Waddle the Turkey Cheeseball, for Loblaws (@LoblawsON) April 14, 2015According to the Uber blog, customers who pick up their click & collect order with Uber will be entered in a contest to win $1,000 in groceries at Loblaws in Toronto.Meanwhile, it says every click & collect shopper who uses Uber to gather their groceries, and is new to Uber, will receive a voucher for $10 off their next Loblaws click & collect purchase. read more