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      Saddened by loss of Winnipeg Transit driver   02/15/2017

      We are saddened by the loss of Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine (Jubal) Fraser who was attacked while on the job and unfortunately passed away.
      A GoFundMe page has been set up by Winnipeg Transit colleagues to help Fraser's widow and family. We wish to extend our condolences to family and friends affected by this tragic event. View CBC News Article: Man charged with murder in attack on Winnipeg Transit driver
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      Upcoming Server Move   02/18/2017

      Hello everyone! Please be advised that CPTDB and CPTDB Wiki will be unavailable starting the evening of February 25, 2017. We will be moving to another server. Users will be unable to view or post content during this time. We expect it to be up sometime on Feburary 26, 2017. A new announcement will take the place of this one, so you will know when the site is online and you are accessing it from the new server. Thanks! -A. Wong
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Posting Etiquette

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Due to recent issues now involving this section of the board, I think it is appropriate to take this opportunity to remind some members of general posting etiquette as done in the GTA section. This serves as a warning and therefore the next step for anyone found disobeying these simple rules will be suspended or banned. Special attention should be paid to the rule about well though out and intelligent posting. Recent posts in the sightings thread look more like an MSN-type chat than a proper, respectable message board posting.

1. If you have a question, makes sure you check the board or other resources such as Google or the wiki to make sure you can't answer the question on your own.

2. Posts and replies are to be well thought out and intelligent. We will also not tolerate one word posts or posts of inane 'chatter' on the board. Examples: LOL, :P, I saw it too, that's nice, nice pics, etc.

3. Members are to be respectful and gracious to one another. One may feel free to thank someone, and in that case, posts to thank someone are exempt from the rule above.

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