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English: Air Canada Centre, Air Canada headquarters, and Air Canada Boeing 777-333ER - Montreal, Quebec. It is nicknamed "La Rondelle" ("The Puck").
Français : Centre Air Canada, le siège social d' Air Canada, et un Boeing 777-333ER d'Air Canada à Montréal. Centre Air Canada a le surnom "La Rondelle."
Date 31 March 2007
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