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Nick B

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  1. Please do not quote this post. Units reported delivered: #'s 2401-68 (68/69) Units reported in service: #'s 2401-66, 68 (67/68/69) Units to watch out for: #'s 2467, 69 Information is gathered from reports in this thread. This post will be updated accordingly as it becomes necessary.
  2. Adding the Boeing 777-200LR with Air Canada.
  3. The 11/12 are enough of a mess already in just about every aspect. That would be a terrible idea unless it's an entirely separate route.
  4. This is a great idea! I like the movement towards a more structured system on here. Dare I suggest something similar be looked into for all other sections of this board too?
  5. Adding Air Canada’s 787-8 and Air France’s A320-200.
  6. Sounds like they've done away with the human voice in favor of something reminiscent of my old YouTube tutorials from many years ago 😝. Do all the other station announcements use that voice now too?
  7. What time is it open till? I can’t seem to find hours posted anywhere.
  8. I can see the 10 minute frequency being well needed on the MY in the rush hour especially since it's replacing the 18 between downtown and MRU. I'll be pretty disappointed if this route doesn't use artics at least during rush hour.
  9. Brentwood Road, Brisebois, Northmount, Northland, Shaganappi, John Laurie to 53rd Street.
  10. But then you’ve got stations like Bridgeland and Franklin, which despite being virtually identical to Marlborough, Rundle, Whitehorn, don’t see much traffic at all compared to those stations. Then there’s Zoo and Barlow with their elaborate tunnel configurations which are even more dead.
  11. Every single one of us has fell victim to unauthorized use of at least one of our photos/videos that we put up on the Internet. Bottom line is that everything that goes on the Internet is visible to virtually the entire global population and is thereby subject to have anything happen to it. Unpleasant as it is, that's the reality we live in, and complaining and getting so emotional about it doesn't solve anything. Suck it up and deal with it, or don't put your content on the Internet if this is that big of a deal for you.
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