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How long to connect in Toronto?

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I'll be flying Nashville -> Vancouver and then back from Calgary -> Nashville. One of my flight options is with Air Canada, connecting in Toronto both ways. I'm completely unfamiliar with the Toronto airport - how long is enough time to comfortably connect for international flights? The flight option I'd love to take has 2 hours, 25 minutes' layover on the way to Vancouver (I'm assuming I would need to go through immigration in Toronto), and only one hour and 20 minutes on the way back. I'm assuming I wouldn't need to go through immigration on the way back to Nashville (plus it sounds like you actually do that before your flight?) - is 1:20 enough time to have an un-stressful connection, assuming flights are more or less on time? Is 2:25 enough time to go through immigration and change terminals if necessary?

Also, any reviews on Air Canada as compared to United, Continental or American on these routes would be appreciated. I don't care where I connect (though avoiding O'Hare would be nice), and the tickets are all within $20 of each other. I'm not sure how the United/Continental merger would affect things.

Thanks so much!

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