I flew on something called WestJet Encore from Regina to Calgary (en route to London, Ontario). The plane seemed like a very new, spacious propjet that was pretty speedy, too. As I have said before, the attitude of the flight attendants, gate attendants, and pilots, etc. on WestJet is positive and enjoyable. But here is something else to like. The Encore flights serve complimentary wine and beer! When was the last time that happened for people flying economy class? I had two.
Too bad they don't have USB outlets or power outlets on these planes. They are new enough WestJet could have specified them in the specs. Oh well....
Update: Harvey King says in the comments that Encore is priced at about $70 more than the regular WestJet flights. I had no idea. I ended up on WestJet because the trip via WestJet was both more convenient and lower priced than on Air Canada.
Update #2: Another reason to love WestJet: Their little very low-resolution seat-back tvs showed the Roughriders CFL game live, so I got to watch that during the flight from Calgary to London
Update #3: WestJet is much more aggressive and in tune with the market in its pricing. For example, their one-way fares to and from Regina from London, Ontario, around the dates of the Grey Cup [CFL championship game] in late November are nearly as high as the round-trip fares from Air Canada. Not that this is necessarily something for a traveler to love, but it is an indication that WestJet is more in tune with the market than is Air Canada.