I think you guys are missing the point. Of course, Air Canada will not move their hub from Toronto because of this, I was suggesting maybe they will move some flights out of YYZ. But this will cause more than a little inconvenience to people, and especially the business travellers who use YYZ as a hub on Air Canada's network. I think it's in Air Canada's interest to do whatever it can to fight the GTAA's decision to cut cell phone signals at the airport. Also, the article mentions that faxes and internet services will suffer because of this. I'm assuming that deals with laptops which use cellular networks to get internet and fax services. Again, if you are a business traveller, and are in YYZ for some time and have work to get done during that time, especially in a delay, it will be more than a little inconvenient for this traveller, and they just might change their travel plans next time around in order to avoid YYZ.
Of course, this will bite the GTAA's ass in the end because they are building the new terminal, and are making YYZ seem like such a world class airport in many respects. If this is the sort of thing which will happen there, trust me, they will be far from world class.
"it's kind of like an Airbus, it's an engineering marvel, but there's no sense of passion" -- J. Clarkson re: Coxster