When I saw such a few people waiting for my Air Canada flight I went to the agent to ask if she would check if I was in a row by myself. She said no.
I asked if I could be moved. She moved me to row 13 - by the toilet. When I boarded the flight, there were 25 rows in total. Of those rows 4 rows were completely empty, and 5 had two to a row.
The remainder of the flyers were in rows on their own. Not that I ever expect anything so 'out of the normal' as a super elite Air Canada flyer - but would you not think that I could do better than the seat beside the toilet? Nice to know as a 'loyal' flyer I get their consideration.
When I called customer service - they said that Super Elite would not make a difference in seating......so the agent was happy to leave the other 4 rows empty.....and that is that!