Yes, C-GAGN has been flown to TLV
as of early in the month. As the photos show, the aircraft has been stripped of all its markings with the exception of the registration, nose, and tail numbers. In the time between its final revenue flight and then it was over in the Air Canada Widebody hangar.
When I was inside the hangar, it was the only aircraft there for maintenance work. I didn't see any external work being done (there was minimal scaffolding and maybe two people other than us in the hangar at the time), but then again, it was the week after Boxing Day, so most of the workers were still on vacation. I actually went inside the aircraft and all the old AC
seats are still there and nothing has been done yet to the cargo hold. I did see a maintenance worker inside the cockpit but didn't venture far enough to see exactly what he was doing. Unlike the B762 ship 605 (C-GAUP) that has been sitting idle in (ironically) the Narrowbody hangar, the cockpit of the B744 is still intact. Overall, the aircraft did look flyable with a little less than two weeks before its ferry flight to be converted into an all-freight airliner. It will very much be missed.