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  1. A couple of Nova's on the 99 tonight - man, you guys asleep or what?
  2. Not that Vernon Transit really makes the news or anything, but yes, they're still finalizing details but they seem to have reached a deal. I won't post the details, as its not my place, but good for them
  3. BC Motor Vehicle Act: Standees in passenger vehicles 10.03 (1) Where a licence or permit under the Passenger Transportation Act authorizes standees to be carried in a commercial passenger vehicle, the vehicle shall be equipped with a sufficient number of handholds, straps, rails or other equipment to provide support for the number of standees authorized. (2) Where the aisle width is 45 cm or more, measured at the seat baseline, the maximum number of standees shall be determined by dividing the total aisle area, measured in square centimetres, by 1 700 cm2 and rounding the resultant quotient to the nearest whole number. (3) Where the aisle width is less than 45 cm, measured at the seat baseline, the maximum number of standees shall be determined by dividing the length of the aisle, measured in centimetres, by 38 cm and rounding the resultant quotient to the nearest whole number. (4) No person shall drive or operate a commercial passenger vehicle with more than the maximum number of standees allowed.
  4. Started at about 6pm and was cleared by midnight.
  5. Thats the point I was trying to make, follow the CA and every CA is different. Mine is very specific in how probation works in regards to how long it is and the day it starts. The excerpt from the TTC CA is a bit more vague, "continuous service" can be interpreted differently and lead to unnecessary confusion thus I agree with your post and ask the Local directly and not rely on varying opinions from others.
  6. Chilliwack St according to the news: https://bc.ctvnews.ca/mobile/pedestrian-dies-after-being-struck-by-bus-in-new-westminster-1.6146221 But seeing Cherry is only a block away
  7. Seniority is based on the moment the number is given to you, if you are given a seniority number once you've completed your physical, then your seniority starts then, if you are given a seniority number on your first day of training, then your seniority starts then. Your seniority does not begin before you receive a seniority number. Your probation does not begin when you receive your seniority number, it starts the moment that you start actual employment (in which ever way your collective agreement may identify this) with the company. Seniority and probation are two separate entities and are irrelevant of each other.
  8. Settle down there Junior - I didn't agree/disagree with you. In fact, I didn't even respond directly to your comment. So why all huffy puffy? 1) All I said is that its in your collective agreement and I gave an example on how my collective agreement where I work is worded. M'kay? 2) Seniority has nothing to do with probation, they are two completely different articles in any collective agreement on how they are assigned, what purpose they serve and how the company addresses both. My seniority was also issued on my first day of training, but that has nothing to do with probation. M'kay? 3) SMH indeed.
  9. In regards to probation periods, its all in how the collective agreement is worded. For example, where I work, new hires are on probation for "X" number of days of actual work which means not in training. While you are in training, you are still on a probation period but those days are in addition to the "X" number days of actual work.
  10. Richmond no doubt has its share of poorly designed and timing of traffic lights (3 Road for example ) but the whole Great Canadian/Bridgeport/Sea Island set of lights is an absolute sh!t show, beyond any measurable of "WTF were they thinking?"
  11. Airbus A300 - Lufthansa Airbus A310 - KLM, Lufthansa, Wardair Airbus A319 - Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge, Allegiant, British Airways, Eurowings, Germanwings, Lufthansa Airbus A320 - Air Canada, Allegiant, British Airways, Delta, Lufhansa Airbus A321 - Air Canada Rouge, American Airlines, Lufthansa Airbus A332 - Air Transat, Canada 3000, LTU Airbus A333 - Air Canada, Northwest Airbus A343 - Air Canada, Lufthansa Antonov An2 - Private ATR 42 - Eurowings ATR 72 - Eurowings Avro RJ100 - North Cariboo Air BAe 146 - Air BC, Eurowings Bell 407 - Private Boeing B717 - Delta Boeing B732 - Canadian, Canadian North, Lufthansa, Pacific Western, WestJet Boeing B733 - Canadian North, KLM, Lufthansa, United Boeing B734 - Flair, KLM Boeing B735 - Lufthansa, United, Air North Boeing B736 - WestJet Boeing B737 - EasyJet, WestJet, Southwest Boeing B738 - Alaska Airlines, Delta, Ryanair, WestJet Boeing B739 - Alaska Airlines, United Airlines Boeing B737 Max 8 - WestJet Boeing B742 - British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa Boeing B743 - KLM Boeing B744 - British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa Boeing B752 - British Airways, Canada 3000, Delta, Northwest, United Boeing B762 - Air Canada, Delta Boeing B763 - Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge, British Airways, Canadian, Condor, KLM, LTU, Martainair Bombardier Challenger 890CS - Suncor Bombardier CRJ200 - Air Canada Express Bombardier CRJ700 - United Express (SkyWest) Bombardier CRJ705 - Air Canada Express Bombardier CRJ900 - American Eagle (Mesa) Cessna 150 - Private Cessna 152 - Private Cessna 170 - Private Cessna 172 - Private Cessna 303 - Private Cessna Citation CJ1 - Private Dash 8 100 - Air BC, Canadian Regional Dash 8 300 - Air BC, Air Canada Express, Air Canada Jazz, Air Ontario, Canadian Regional, North Cariboo Air Dash 8 Q400 - Air Canada Express, Alaska Airlines, North Cariboo Air, WestJet Encore Douglas DC8-63 - Air Canada Embraer E170 - United Express (SkyWest) Embraer E190 - Air Canada Fokker F28 - Canadian Regional Fokker F50 - KLM Cityhopper Fokker F70 - KLM Cityhopper Fokker F100 - KLM Cityhopper Hawker Siddley Trident - British European Airlines Jetstream J31 - Alberta City Connector Junkers Ju32 - Ju Air Lockheed C130 Hercules - Canadian Forces Lockheed L1011 Tristar - Air Canada, Air Transat McDonnell Douglas DC10 - Canadian, Lufthansa McDonnell Douglas MD11 - KLM McDonnell Douglas MD83 - Alaska Airlines And since I have my PPL with multi-engine and night ratings ... I've flown the following myself ... Cessna 150 Cessna 152 Cessna 172 Cessna Citation CJ1 Piper 34-200T - Added Southwest B737-700
  12. That is, unless, of course you pay me, four hundred BILLION dollars! ($400.6 million, not billion )
  13. Yeesh, for a forum whose members literally piss themselves in excitement if a bus makes a left turn instead of a right turn but aren't on the ball with actual newsworthy events https://www.castanet.net/news/Kelowna/392986/Kelowna-Regional-Transit-System-has-a-new-owner
  14. Literally 90% of the posts in this forum are things of insignificance.
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