| On November 18, 2018, for the first time we used one of the new domestic gates (C72), apparently part of the new international terminal. This rating applies only to the new "C" gates - the rest of YYC is as good as ever. What a disappointment. First the good news - distance to the gate was reasonable, corridor was bright & clean, and plenty of windows, and seating seemed to be (barely) adequate. Plenty of people were standing, but probably some were standing by choice. As usual, Westjet staff seemed to be doing their best, with a good attitude. Bad news - Inadequate toilets. For all the domestic gates C70-C79 there was a single facility. In the Men's there was 1 urinal and 3 stalls, 3 sinks, one good hand-dryer. The whole place was cramped, and often there was a line-up. My wife reports the Women's is identical except of course for 4 stalls and no urinals. - Practically no services - one nice little bar with adequate seating and a few TVs. - Crowded feeling - only a few feet between the toilets/bar on the left, gates and seating on the right; and the line-up for the gates filled these few feet. By comparison, Heathrow and LAX sometimes get a bad rap, but the worst I've seen there is so much better than YYC-C72. And YVR is vastly more pleasant and comfortable. Nowhere near the airplanes. Once we finally went through the gate line-up, we walked maybe 200m in a series of soulless corridors with little or no signage to reach the plane. It felt like an old Dr. Who episode, or like something out of Kafka. Perhaps in consequence, although boarding started about 40 minutes late, take-off was about 55 minutes late.