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One Hundred | 21 & 17 fl | U/C
They should just form a deal with whatever is going to be the tallest building in the area eventually (transit hub?) and then incorporate the helipad on top of it.
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(06-26-2017, 11:31 AM)The Record Wrote: Nav Canada, which owns and operates Canada's civil air navigation service, issued a notice to pilots about the helipad being closed on Wednesday and for approximately a week to next Wednesday, said spokesperson Ron Singer.

They were notified (via the NOTAM) of a week long closure.  100 Vic won't be built in a week, so I assume the closure is just to allow for the crane to be completed and properly lit as per regs.

Sounds like a big fuss over nothing....

Coke
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Well, the crane has been up for longer than this past Wednesday, so presumably that's still a problem, if it's supposed to be lit. Aren't most tall cranes and buildings like that lit anyway regardless of location?
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(06-26-2017, 02:21 PM)Coke6pk Wrote: 100 Vic won't be built in a week,
Coke

Well, well, aren't we a little bit presumptuous.

You need to have a little more faith. They sent men to the moon, this is a cakewalk.
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This the first above ground section.
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Does this have a new thread yet?
http://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/former-glove...-1.3641973
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Yes it does :

http://www.waterlooregionconnected.com/s...p?tid=1072
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Dec 5, 2017
Poor picture quality due to the early morning hour.


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It's a big image but it seems a streetlight in the top corner and nothing else? What should I be seeing?
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I want to believe.
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It's dark cell phone image, it should show the project is up to the third floor.
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(12-05-2017, 11:50 AM)rangersfan Wrote: It's dark cell phone image, it should show the project is up to the third floor.

Alas, no. Just the streetlight and darkness.

I did find out that if I right-click the image and select "View image" to see the image only (without the WRC web page) I see all of it. But on the WRC web page, most of it is not visible.

I don't think posting images from a mobile site works very well. Looking a your photo of the Deloitte building on Joseph St (with View Image) it turns out that most of that is cut off, too.

I recommend you either resize the photo first (if your phone can do that), or upload it to another site and then post a link to it. It's simply not visible on a desktop browser.
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Thats the result of posting via mobile. If attaching an image on desktop there I dont believe is an issue.
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(12-05-2017, 08:00 PM)Spokes Wrote: Thats the result of posting via mobile.  If attaching an image on desktop there I dont believe is an issue.

I think you are right. At this point I suspect it's not likely to get fixed by MyBB, as it's been an issue for years already. I wonder if it might be possible to display a warning if attaching a photo via the mobile site?
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(12-05-2017, 11:50 AM)rangersfan Wrote: It's dark cell phone image, it should show the project is up to the third floor.

Here's a better one for everyone Smile

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