As to working towards a solution, don't be so damn insulting. If you think for one second anyone is sitting back enjoying the situation, you need your head read.
It may not be being enjoyed, but its hard to see that it is being worked on. As said before this is the third summer in a row that these restrictions have been in place.
What about all the NavCan "Level of Service" reviews I've seen since then? The ones that end up closing Radios, decommissioning NavAids, etc. Why have I not seen in there that YWG TCA suffers staff shortages during summer months and that in order to solve this:
A - people from decommissioned Radio sites are being retrained for IFR work. They must be going somewhere.
B - incentive programs are being offered to people for them to temporarily relocate to YWG to help cover shortages during these months
c - etc, etc, etc
I have no idea if those are workable ideas, and they are not intended to be such. The point that we are all trying to make is that one summer is understandable, two summers is acceptable, three summers is disgraceful.
If you showed up in January for your flight to Mexico and were told that the flight would not be going for about three months because of pilots with holidays, how would you feel? If your garbage was not collected for the entire summer? If the snow wasn't plowed all March? And how would you feel when this happened three years in a row?