Archive for February, 2016

Air Canada’s Botched Boarding Passes

Posted on 16. Feb, 2016 by .

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As the advancement of technology continues companies must constantly upgrade their infrastructure to stay relevant in the increasingly competitive world market. With the boarding pass playing such a vital role in allowing a passenger to complete their journey it is paramount that the e-boarding pass be a simple and seamless as it would be with a […]

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Planning a Deplaning

Posted on 15. Feb, 2016 by .

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Whether you are in a rush to catch a connecting flight, tired at the end of a long journey, or just eager to get off the plane to wait for your next connection, everyone dislikes the chaos of deplaning. Much discussion, planning, as well as the implementation of innovative procedures have surrounded the efficiency and speed of […]

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The New Top Gear: Netflix’s Biggest mistake

Posted on 15. Feb, 2016 by .

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When Top Gear came to an abrupt halt in March of 2015 there was much speculation about the future of the show and its presenters. A return to the BBC was eventually ruled out for the presenters, leaving the world to speculate on where they would move to. The top contenders to pick up the […]

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The Stong Arm of Eugene Melnyk

Posted on 03. Feb, 2016 by .

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On January 26th the two competing bits for the redevelopment of the Lebreton Flats area of Ottawa finally revealed their proposals. Both groups have plans for extensive retail, residential, and green space, as well as an arena. The mention of an arena in both proposals is a surprise as while the “Rendez Vous LeBreton Group” is […]

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