MONTREAL – Bombardier Inc said Thursday it would increase its total workforce by around 1Reduce 600 jobs as the aviation industry expects years of recovery

In addition to the cuts, the company is consolidating its global aircraft completion work in Montreal and exploring options for underutilized hangar and industrial space at its Quebec factories in an attempt to save on air travel demand in an uncertain time

“We regret that talented and dedicated people are leaving for any reason,” said Eric Martel, CEO of Bombardier, in a conference call with financial analysts on Thursday

“But these reductions are absolutely necessary so we can rebuild our business as we continue to navigate the pandemic”

Seven hundred people in Quebec will be affected by the layoffs, Martel said in a separate conversation with reporters, as well as 100 people in Ontario, 250 in Wichita, Kansas and the rest of the rest of the world The cuts will mainly focus on office workers, said Martel

If global aviation work is brought to Montreal, another 100 jobs will be created in the city, he added

Martel expects 2021 to be a transition year, with corporate jet revenues better than 2020 based on a gradual economic recovery scenario, but added that the timetable for a full market recovery is difficult to predict since this depended on the reopening of borders and the lifting of restrictions on international travel

Bombardier is also considering selling some of its properties to raise funds amid the pandemic

The company is in talks to reduce the footprint of its facility in the Saint-Laurent neighborhood of Montreal Martel declined to indicate how much cash such a sale could bring, but Bombardier will use the proceeds to fund part of its new facility at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Martel said

The company said the cuts will cut its worldwide workforce to Jan.000 will increase

Bombardier announced that it will cease production of Learjet aircraft later this year to allow the company to focus on its more profitable Challenger and Global aircraft families

“Passengers around the world love to fly this extraordinary aircraft and count on its unmatched performance and reliability. Given the increasingly challenging market dynamics, we made this difficult decision to end Learjet production,” Martel said in one Explanation

Bombardier said it will continue to provide full support to the Learjet fleet and launched a remanufacturing program for Learjet 40 and Learjet 45 aircraft on Thursday

The moves came as a bombardier keeping his books in US In US dollars, a net loss of $ 337 million, or 18 cents per diluted share, for the quarter ended December 31, compared to a net loss of $ 1,72 billion, or 74 cents per diluted share, last year. Revenues for the quarter were to $ 234 billion out of $ 241 billion

Adjusted, Bombardier lost 20 cents per share in the last quarter, compared to an adjusted break-even result in the fourth quarter of 2019

Bombardier completed the sale of its rail business to Alstom last month This is the culmination of a plan by the Montreal-based company to focus on business jets

Net proceeds from sales were $ 3.6 billion compared to $ 4 billion expected in September, Bombardier attributed the lower revenue to a tougher business environment in the fourth quarter of 2020

In addition to the rail business, Bombardier also sold its regional aircraft program to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd in 2020 and its aircraft business to Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc

Analysts for JP Morgan wrote Thursday that the cost-cutting plans and the extra money from the sale of its rail business showed signs of progress, but said the hurdles remain for the company, which it had a neutral outlook on

“Bombardier clearly has work to do as it continues its transition to a pure business jet company,” the analysts wrote

Benoit Poirier, an analyst at Desjardins, gave the company a hold rating and said he expected a slightly negative reaction to its most recent earnings report given the company’s strong stock performance since the beginning of this year

Kevin Stenlund scored the winning goal 74 seconds ahead on a two-point night as the visiting Columbus Blue Jackets scored a 6-5 comeback win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday night Cam Atkinson scored one goal and three assists for the Blue Jackets With the upcoming overtime, Stenlund collected his second goal of the season for the Blue Jackets, who were able to make up for a deficit of two goals in the third period and in a roller coaster affair achieved a performance by goalkeeper Joonas Korpisalo with 21 saves

Orlando Magic (9-17, 13 in the Eastern Conference) vs. Sacramento Kings (12-12, 10 in the Western Conference) Sacramento; Friday, 10am EST BOTTOM LINE: Orlando wants to break their three-game skid with a win over Sacramento The Kings are 7-7 on their home court Sacramento has a 4-2 record in one-ball games The Magic Is 4- 9 in street games Orlando has a 4-10 record in games decided by at least 10 points The two teams will meet for the second time this season The Kings defeated the Magic 121-107 in their last meeting on Jan 27 Buddy Hield led Sacramento with 29 points, and Nikola Vucevic went to TOP PERFORMERS with 26 points on Orlando: De’Aaron Fox leads the Kings with 67 assists and points 234 points per game Tyrese Haliburton averages 131 points and 53 assists in last 10 games for Sacramento Vucevic is fifth on Magic average of 35 assists at 23 points3 points per game Khem Birch scores 583% and averages 62 points in last 10 games for Orlando LAST 10 MATCHES: Kings: 7-3, average 1127 Points, 455 rebounds, 262 assists, seven steals and 58 blocks per game when shooting 473% of the field your opponents have an average of 1108 points on 444% shooting magic: 2-8, average of 1045 points, 474 rebounds, 234 assists, 64 steals and 47 blocks per game when shooting 428% of the field your opponents have an average of 1144 points to shoot 468% INJURIES: Kings: DaQuan Jeffries: Day after day (left ankle) Magic: Frank Mason: Day after Day (groin), Cole Anthony: Out (shoulder), Markelle Fultz: Out for the season (knee), Evan Fournier: Out (back), Michael Carter-Williams: Day after day (foot), Al-Farouq Aminu : out (knee), Jonathan Isaac: out for the season (knee), Aaron Gordon: out (ankle) ___ The Associated Press made this story using technology and data provided by Sportradar provided by Data Skrive The Associated Press

Cleveland Cavaliers (10-16, 12 in the Eastern Conference) vs. Portland Trail Blazers (14-10, fifth in the Western Conference) Portland; Friday, 10am EST LINE: Trail Blazer -45; Over / Under is 222 BOTTOM LINE: Damian Lillard leads Portland in a matchup against Cleveland He is third in the league averaging 29 4 points per game The Trail Blazers are 7-5 on their home court Portland is the worst team in the NBA with just 20 Assists per game, led by Lillard averaging 71 The Cavaliers Left Home 3-9 Cleveland leads the NBA in the domestic standings with an average of 542 points per game in the suit this season Andre Drummond leads the team with 148 points per Match in the color The Trail Blazer and Cavaliers compete against each other for the first time this season on Friday TOP PERFORMERS: Lillard scores 29 points, 4 points per game and an average of 44 rebounds for the Trail Blazers Anfernee Simons has an average of 13 in the last 10 games for Portland Points Scored Drummond leads the Cavaliers with 138 rebounds and averages 179 points. Collin Sexton averages 195 p points and 26 rebounds when shooting 436% in the last 10 games for Cleveland LAST 10 MATCHES: Trail Blazer: 6-4, average 1144 points, 457 rebounds, 175 assists, 68 steals and 46 blocks per game when shooting 440% off your field Opponents have an average of 1145 points on 489% shooting Cavaliers: 2-8, average 1026 points, 432 rebounds, 217 assists, 68 steals and 58 blocks per game when shooting 450% of the field Your opponents have an average of 1151 points on 501% shooting INJURIES: Trail Blazer: Jusuf Nurkic: out (wrist), Zach Collins: out (ankle), CJ McCollum: out (left foot) Cavaliers: Larry Nance Jr: out (finger), Matthew Dellavedova: out (concussion), Kevin Love: out (calf) ___ The Associated Press made this story using technology and data provided by Sportradar provided by Data Skrive The Associated Press

Detroit Pistons (6-19, 15 in the Eastern Conference) vs. Boston Celtics (13-11, fourth in the Eastern Conference) Boston; Friday, 8 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Detroit visits Boston to end its seven-game road slide The Celtics are 10-6 in conference game Boston ranks seventh in the NBA1 offensive rebound per game with 11, led by Tristan Thompson averaging 29 Offensive Boards The Pistons have gone 4-11 against opponents of the Eastern Conference Detroit has a 5-13 record against opponents over 500 The teams are playing for the third time this season The Celtics won the last meeting 122-120 on Jan 3 Jaylen Brown scored 31 points to lead Boston to victory TOP PERFORMERS: Jayson Tatum scores 26 points3 points per game and averaging 68 rebounds for the Celtics Brown averages 195 points and 39 rebounds while shooting 383% in the last 10 games for Boston Jerami Grant is second on the pistons with 5 5 rebounds and averages 237 points Josh Jackson averages 139 points and 52 rebounds while shooting 425% in the last 10 games for Detroit LAST 10 MATCHES: Celtics: 5-5, averaging 1121 points, 435 rebounds , 225 assists, 79 steals and 42 blocks per game when shooting 463% of the field Your opponents have an average of 1078 points on 476% shooting butts: 3-7, average of 1077 points, 412 rebounds, 238 assists, 76 steals and 51 blocks per game when shooting 450% of the field your opponents have an average of 1133 points to shoot 489% INJURIES: Celtics: Romeo Langford: out (right wrist), Robert Williams III: ou t (left hip), Marcus Smart: out (calf) piston: Frank Jackson: out (illness), Killian Hayes: out (hip), Mason Plumlee: out (not known), Jahlil Okafor: out (knee) ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar The Associated Press

Philadelphia 76ers (18-8, first in Eastern Conference) vs. Phoenix Suns (15-9, fourth in the Western Conference) Phoenix; Saturday, 3 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: The Phoenix Suns host the leading Philadelphia 76ers of the Eastern Conference Die Sonnen are 8-4 on their home court Phoenix is ​​eighth in the Western Conference and is recovering with 446 rebounds Deandre Ayton leads the suns with them 12 on6 boards The 76ers left home 7-6 Philadelphia ranks seventh in the NBA with 461 rebounds per game Joel Embiid leads the 76ers with 10 on9 The teams will compete against each other for the first time this season on Saturday for top performers : Devin Booker averages 238 points and 42 assists for the Suns Chris Paul averages 202 points and 42 rebounds while shooting 463% in the last 10 games for Phoenix Embiid averages 294 points and 109 rebounds for the 76 Ben Simmons averages seven assists and 148 points in the last 10 games for Philadelphia LAST 10 MATCHES: Suns: 7-3, average 1097 points, 47 rebounds, 251 assists, 6 6 steals and 33 blocks per game when shooting 467% from the field Your opponents have an average of 1071 points on 446% shooting 76ers: 7-3, average 1142 points, 451 rebounds, 206 assists, 89 steals and 54 blocks per game when shooting 478% from the field your opponents shoot an average of 1108 points at 454% INJURIES: Suns: Cameron Payne: day after day (foot), Dario Saric: day after day (ankle), Abdel Nader: day after day (ankle) 76ers: Shake Milton: out (ankle), Mike Scott: out (knee) ___ The Associated Press made this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar The Associated Press

Brooklyn Nets (15-12, third in the Eastern Conference) vs. Golden State Warriors (14-12, eighth in the Western Conference) San Francisco; Saturday, 8:30 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Golden State take on the Brooklyn Nets after Stephen Curry scores 40 points in the Warriors’ 111-105 win over the Magic The Warriors have gone 9-5 in home games. Golden State has an 8 -4 record against teams under 500 The nets have left home 4-7 Brooklyn ranks eighth in the league with 14 points2 quick breakpoints per game Kevin Durant leads the nets with an average of 3.4 The teams meet for the second time in this one Season The Nets won 125-99 in the final matchup on December 22, Kyrie Irving led Brooklyn with 26 points, and Curry led Golden State with 20 points to TOP CAST: Kelly Oubre Jr ranks third in the Warriors at 5, 8 rebounds and averages 138 points Draymond Green averages 67 rebounds and 58 points per game in the last 10 games for Golden State Joe Harris leads the nets averaging 3 3 3-pointers while they made 14 Scored 8 points per game and shooting 492% from outside the bow Irving averages 237 points and 43 rebounds while shooting 476% in the last 10 games for Brooklyn LAST 10 MATCHES: Warriors: 6-4, average 1175 points, 453 rebounds, 286 assists , 82 steals and 51 blocks per game while shooting 487% from the field Your opponents have an average of 1086 points on 419% shooting nets: 6-4, average 1215 points, 425 rebounds, 278 assists, 53 steals and 54 blocks per game when shooting 502% of the field your opponents have an average of 1194 points to shoot 473% INJURIES: Warrior: James Wiseman: out (wrist), Kevon Looney: out (ankle), Marquese Chr eat: out for the season (leg), Klay Thompson: out for the season (right Achilles) nets: Spencer Dinwiddie: out for the season (acl), Iman Shumpert: out (left Achilles tendon), Kevin Durant: out (health and security logs) ___ The Associated Press made this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar The Associated Press

A man in Hopkinsville, Kentucky was filmed sliding across an icy Walmart parking lot when he saw him on Thursday November 11th February, tried to return his shopping cart, Billie Lopez, who shot this footage, told Storyful that she and her husband “do a Walmart morning run to check the condition of the local roads” after an ice storm “The parking lot was so slippery that mine Man has decided to play a little on the ice, “she said. Freezing rain and sleet continued to fall in the region on Thursday, creating dangerous driving conditions.” While every winter storm is different and presents different challenges, these are the emergencies for which training our public safety teams, “said Wendell Lynch, Mayor of Hopkinsville.” Given the ice levels associated with this storm system, we ask the public for patience and support by staying as far from the roads as possible during the Roads To Be ClearedCredit: Billie Lopez via Storyful

Katy Teer said she was stopped, warned and fined by police after driving five miles to take her daughter Darcy for a walk on Crosby Beach on Merseyside in January

The number of people traveling in China before the New Year celebrations fell two years ago as coronavirus restrictions put a brake on the world’s largest annual internal migration.The seven-day celebration, which began on Thursday, is China’s most important national holiday and is usually hosted by major ones Family reunions shaped data from the Department of Transportation, Chinese internet giant Baidu Inc and travel analytics firm ForwardKeys showed a sharp drop in the percentage of the country’s 145 billion people who traveled this year

There was a simple plan behind Hsieh Su-wei’s sweeping win in the third round against Sara Errani at the Australian Open on Friday: “Avoid the Bagel’Hsieh was 5: 3 behind in the decisive set, but won the last four games in a row to ensure victory for Errani and a clash with 19th century Marketa Vondrousova Saving Seeds For the fun-loving Hsieh who has a number of favorite Melbourne restaurants, it means he doesn’t have to eat out

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Crown Estate Scotland has postponed the deadline for applicants in its tender for seabed licenses for offshore wind projects after fetching high prices in an English and Welsh auction earlier this week.The ScotWind Scottish wind leasing tender in Scotland is the first in a decade and is expected to spark the interest of traditional offshore wind developers and oil companies looking to expand their renewable energy portfolio “The unprecedented outcome has changed the market dynamics in offshore wind leasing overnight and could have a significant impact on offshore wind development in Scotland”, Amanda Bryan, chairwoman of Crown Estate Scotland, said in a statement

In 2017, at the height of the #MeToo movement, allegations of wrongdoing against high profile men in various industries were largely blatant and precise, but for every Harvey Weinstein there are hundreds of smaller, more subtle violations that are easier to brush off, however Now we are in the middle of what is known as a “second wave” “With new insights into the complex nuances of consent and better radars to identify systems of racism and misogyny, people are looking more closely at the definition of moments in pop culture – like in her own life too – back to The New York Times’ FX-Hulus documentary Framing Britney Spears, the public is re-evaluating Justin Timberlake’s rise to fame and the reality is crystal clear.The pop-golden boy’s career came at the expense of the women around him in the design of Britney Spears follows Britney’s rise Spears to Superstar, the events that led to her later 13-year-old Conservatory and her lengthy, arduous legal battle to end it, but the toughest moments were those that showed how mercilessly the singer was addressed by the mainstream media, and enjoyed any opportunity to “expose” her for not being the good girl she was originally promoted for. The backlash against the teenager begins with her very publicized breakup with Timberlake, which she dated from 1998 to 2002 after she met as children at the Mickey Mouse Club “The way people treated her, for a very good school, was like she was the school bitch and he was the quarterback,” says NYT critic Wesley Morris in the documentary At the time of their split, 21-year-old Timberlake was in the middle of yet another breakup: with NSYNC, the curly singer was excited for his big deb üt as a solo artist after singing with one of the most successful boy bands of the late 90s for seven years. His first single, “Like I Love You,” released a few months later in August 2002, however, was not a huge success (it peaked at # 11 on the Billboard Hot 100) flick through the tabloids at this point and you’ll find that the rumors between the former prom king and queen of pop didn’t start simmering until a month after the lackluster publication, “She betrayed him ? ” Read the headline of Us Weekly in September, a good six months after it ended in March The frenzy over the alleged scandal hit an all-time high in November when Timberlake released his album Justified and later the video for his second single, “Cry Me A River ”- a song about infidelity – dropped the music video, in which a man broke into a woman’s house and secretly taped her in the shower, showed an exact look of Spears. The song was a hit, and both the single and the Justified would earn him two Grammys as well. In Framing Britney, Morris suggests Timberlake used “Cry Me A River” and his breakup as a weapon to publicly shame Spears and advance his own fame. While on the album’s promotional tour, Spears became a fixture Part of the conversation, and Timberlake seemed to be revealing increasingly intimate information about their relationship on a number of occasions, including on the wheel io and in one particular interview with Barbara Walters, he even made her alleged sex life clear.But while Timberlake continued to build media appreciation, 21-year-old Spears, now painted as a villain, was treated as such in a now infamous interview with 2003 Diane Sawyer puts Spears on the defensive from the start. “[Timberlake] went on TV and pretty much said you broke his heart,” says Sawyer. “You did something that made him so much Pain has caused so much suffering What did you do? “After Spears effectively dodged the question by saying she had no will against her ex, Sawyer shows the singer a quote from the then First Lady of Maryland who says that Spears'” sexualized image Sawyer seems to be defending the comment, suggesting that Spears set a “bad example” for “had the chance to shoot Britney Spears” did not meet expectations of “mothers in this country” Kids is I think it’s clear @DianeSawyer owes Britney Spears an apology.Britney was 21 years old when this interview was filmed, by the way #FreeBritney (More footage here than shown in the documentary) ImageTwittercom / xdwlSSXz0n – Yashar Ali @ (@ yashar) 9 February 2021 A year later, Timberlake was playing the XXXVIII Super Bowl with Janet Jackson in Houston, Texas, where he would be embroiled in a scandal at the expense of his co-performer – and only her after Timberlake pulled down Jackson’s bustier For revealing her bosom, CBS was fined half a million dollars for “indecency.” But Jackson effectively took the blame for the entire incident, even after she was forced to publicly apologize. Her single was taken off the air, hers Music was blacklisted and her next album flopped the week after the Super Bowl, she was reportedly banned from the Grammys, while Timberlake not only showed up, but was also lauded with his two above-mentioned awards until 2011, when Fergie and The Black Eyed Peas took the stage, not a single woman played the Super Bowl halftime show Defiant Timberlake was inexplicably invited to a solo performance in 2018.We know very well what happened in the following years Timberlake has won eight other Grammys (one of which was for his second obvious diss track, “What Goes Around … Comes Around,” which was released when Spears was dealing with her second divorce and sobriety) and has emerged as one of the best-known male pop soloists of our time. He was invited to be funny on SNL. He had a decent acting career (he’s even been on one right now Press tour to promote his latest film, Palmer) Despite the fact that he was suspected of cheating on his wife, Jessica Biel, in 2019, people still view him as the image of a devoted husband and father. What framing Britney Spears ultimately shows is how complicit the public was in Britney’s fall And similarly, when it came to Timberlake, fans and audiences were delighted to greet him, while exhorting the overly sexualized women who shared his limelight, there’s a reason Timberlake’s use of Spears as a punch line years after they split up was that Audience Keeps Tickling Timberlake has certainly acknowledged the incidents – and in Jackson’s case even admitted that the public is tougher towards women – although he has done little more than admit that he cannot change the past, but why should he go the extra mile ? If he did, he’d probably have to own everything he’d won.Timberlake is undoubtedly a talented musician and singer, but it’s no coincidence that his career only continued to flourish when women were hurt along the way in an in medium In his published essay on the recent allegations of abuse against singer Marilyn Manson, writer Jude Ellison Sady Doyle explains how easy it is to ignore the signs and look the other way when famous, loved men are behaving badly “We’d rather these famous men in canon with a few euphemistic reservations about their “mistakes” than holding them accountable and running the risk of abandoning our heroes, “they write,” Women’s lives are less important than our right to our high school Listening to record collections without feeling guilty “It’s difficult to admit that we’re too easy to get on with the storytelling Let in those who stand up for men and punish women – and therefore make them possible – to comfort ourselves or to listen to our favorite Timberlake bop But now that this past is knocking on the door of the present and demands to be heard , more people are being forced to steel themselves and face these uncomfortable truths directly.Our golden boys are often golden because we paint them that way on purpose, and we’re happy to take away the star power of contemptuous women to make them shine brighter what you see How about a little more R29 grade, right here? Britney Spears Was Another Promising Young WomanBritney Spears’ friend calls dad a “Total Dick,” a Q&A with the “Framing Britney Spears” director

The tournament will continue, albeit without the crowds, despite the mini outbreak and lockdown.This would be similar to the US Open and French Open that took place towards the end of last season

Australia will enact landmark laws next week to force Alphabet’s Googleand Facebook to pay publishers and broadcasters for content, a senior government official said on Friday The legislation that Google says will be “impractical” makes Australia the first country , in which Facebook and Google have to pay for the payment of news content Considered by Parliament February 2021, “Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said in a statement emailed

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