If you're in any of the larger cities in the province of Quebec today, you're likely aware of the taxi strike that started early this morning and is planned to continue throughout the day.\nThe province-wide strike is creating frustrating delays, particularly in Montreal, Quebec City and Gatineau.\nVideos and photos below show the ongoing delays that citizens are facing today.\nREAD ALSO: Spring Weather Finally Predicted All Week In Montreal\nTL;DR Taxis across the province of Quebec are striking today, and cities like Montreal, Quebec City and Gatineau are seeing considerable delays on the roads because of it. Check out the videos below.\nView this post on Instagram Montreal taxi driver strike today slowing traffic on the highway. Video submitted to MTL Blog by @akresevic A post shared by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Mar 25, 2019 at 7:28am PDT\nIn addition to a frustratingly slow procession of taxis, there's also a considerable amount of honking going on.\nThe strike is in regards to CAQ Bill 17 that was introduced by Legault. Taxi drivers still feel that Uber encroaches on their market and they require more government protection within the industry.\nManifestation des chauffeurs de taxis à Québec contre le projet de loi 17 qui prévoit la déréglementation de l’industrie #taxistrike #Polqc pic.twitter.com/7hvd9Z7PT7\n— JVV (@merjvv) March 25, 2019\nQuelle belle façon de s’assurer de NE PAS avoir la sympathie des gens. Bravo les #taxi du #québec. #taxistrike pic.twitter.com/kiNHqW6uj6\n— Robert Bugeag (@RBugeag) March 25, 2019\nMany citizens are confused by the strike that is meant to target the government but inevitably impacts taxi clients the most.\nTaxis are not only driving slowly through the cities and highways, but they are also not answering their phones or picking up any clients until 7 PM today.\nAnd off they go! A convoy of taxi drivers leaving Galeries d’Anjou to drive on the highway as part of their strike. I estimate more than 100 drivers are taking part. Another convoy left Laval around the same time. pic.twitter.com/XKkTVL0AOE\n— Kate McKenna (@katemckenna8) March 25, 2019\nThe airport has also seen a drastic decrease in taxi presence.\nPeople flying into Montreal's Trudeau International Airport are going to be faced with a complete lack of taxis able to take them into the city, or elsewhere, today.\nNo line-up for taxis at the Montreal airport today. They’re on strike, though someone at the taxi stand told me there are a handful of drivers who still showed up to work today. pic.twitter.com/F1bgSMrRrP\n— Kate McKenna (@katemckenna8) March 25, 2019\n@prowlxembedded via\nIf you are flying into Montreal today, consider taking the 747 bus into the city. And, of course, there's always Uber.\nIf you catch sight of the procession, send a video into us @MTLblog or tag us in your Instagram story.