Stelco (TSX: STE.A, TSX: STE.B) is a steel company based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, as is longtime rival Dofasco.
Several existing smaller steelworks combined and were incorporated as the Steel Company of Canada in 1910. Many of its main buildings in the north end of Hamilton are built on reclaimed or infilled land, which harmed the drainage of Hamilton and the water ecology of Hamilton Harbour. Several union drives at the plant were unsuccessful, until the founding strike of Local 1005 of the United Steelworkers of America in 1946.
In addition to the main Hilton Works, named after a company official, its operatons include Stelwire and the Nanticoke works in Nanticoke on Lake Erie. Stelco Tower, associated with Lloyd D. Jackson Square in downtown Hamilton, has been an office building for the company and others since the 1970s. In 2004, Stelco has been having financial difficulties and has been under court ordered protection from its creditors, including the Deutsche Bank.
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Alessia Mancini, Marina Graziani. Roberta Lanfranchi, Marina Graziani. Alessia Merz, Cristina Quaranta. Miriana Trevisan, Laura Freddi.
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Jordy Gordon, Indra Smith, Simonetta Pravettoni, Terry Sessa, Annalisa Gambi (not all the season). Cristina Prevosti, Stefania Dall'Olio, Eliette Mariangelo, Micaela Verdiani. Like in "Veline", women heve to dance and make little sketches and on september the new "velona" will be chosen. "Velone" (that means "big velina"), is a contest only for women over 50/60 (some were almost 100!).
The program is called "Veline", but there's also another program like this: "Velone". The names of the veline are known after a long beauty pageant on summer. The veline have become the most popular female icons on Italian TV. These dancers probably evolved from the scantily-clad waitresses who served at the tables of Drive-in, the show that made Greggio and D'Angelo widely known in the late eighties.
They usually perform in swimming-suits or tank tops, singing a pop song as they dance. The term "velina" comes from the name of a type of paper, thin and light, used by journalists These are two girls in their low-twenties, one blonde, the other brunette: once they showed up to hand the news, but today they perform short dance breaks or stacchetti always ending on the table of the news anchors. Always loud, braggart but pungent in his naive but straightforward ways, butts in everywhere he sees new friends to chat with a childlike enthusiasm always running after the veline, is in some ways like the Cokney type in comedies. Gabibbo is a caricature of the layman of Southern Italian origin, a low-income worker who lives near the docks of Genoa.
The Gabibbo, an Italian cultural icon acts as the mascot and is the soul of the show. . Usually Ezio Greggio (who co-founded the show with D'Angelo) is assisted by another comedian (as Enzo Iacchetti) for the winter season, after which there is a change of guard. The program is produced by Antonio Ricci and is hosted by two major comedians.
Founded in 1987, it is meant to be a parody of the daily news, which airs right before the program, but Striscia also satirizes government corruption and exposes scams with the help of local reporters who are also comedians. Its name in Italian translates to "sneaking into the news", a probable allusion to the Biscione, the snake which is part of Canale 5's logo. Striscia la notizia is an Italian television program on the Mediaset-controlled Canale 5. 2005/2006.
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