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You Will NEVER Believe What This Blonde Bombshell Does For A Living!

Canada’s hottest plumber’ lifts lid on life working as a woman in the male-dominated industry The 24-year-old is determined to challenge stereotypes by showing women can succeed in whichever workplace they choose Aimee Stanton from Montreal Canada, was initially mistaken as a hairdresser – and says the road to success …

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Power utilities forced to adapt as climate change brings wilder weather

The increasing intensity of storms that lead to massive power outages highlights the need for Canada’s electrical utilities to be more robust and innovative, climate change scientists say. “We need to plan to be more resilient in the face of the increasing chances of these events occurring,” University of New …

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Jones sorry for derogatory comments about Ireland, Wales

LONDON (AP) England rugby coach Eddie Jones has apologized for making derogatory remarks about Ireland and Wales during a sponsorship event in Japan last year. Footage came to light in which Jones referred to the Irish as ”scummy” and Wales as a ”little (expletive) place.” The Australian coach says ”I …

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Vietjet to connect Ho Chi Minh City-New Delhi later this year

Vietjet has announced it will launch the first direct flights form Vietnam to India. The move was announced at the recent Vietnam–India Business Forum, with the first flights expected to depart in the third quarter of this year. The move is set to create bigger opportunities for the airline as …

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Weirather retains World Cup super-G title as Goggia wins

ARE, Sweden (AP) Tina Weirather successfully defended her World Cup super-G season title in the final race won by Sofia Goggia in dominant fashion on Thursday. Goggia, the Italian who clinched the downhill title a day earlier, finished 0.32 seconds ahead of Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany. Lindsey Vonn was faster …

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