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Teens barred from United flight for wearing leggings
A pair of teenage girls flying under a special pass program were prevented from boarding a United Airlines flight Sunday for failing to meet the airline's dress code, prompting accusations of a double standard.
After Barring Girls for Leggings, United Airlines Defends Decision  New York Times
Canadian-made 'Big Maple Leaf' coin worth millions stolen in Germany
BERLIN -- A massive gold coin issued by the Royal Canadian Mint has been stolen from a museum in Germany. Police in Berlin say thieves broke into the German capital's Bode Museum before dawn Monday and made off with the 100-kilogram gold coin ...
Massive Canadian gold coin worth millions stolen from German museum  The Globe and Mail
Massive, Guinness-record-setting 'Big Maple Leaf' gold coin worth ...  National Post
US stocks lower as 'Trump trade' runs out of steam
The three-month rally in stock markets ran out of a little steam on Monday on worries that the Trump White House may not be able to push through as many changes to business regulations as once thought.
Stocks dip as 'Trump trade' heads in reverse  680 News
Stocks fall as investors wonder if Trump can execute his agenda  Los Angeles Times
Financial issues can lead to health problems: report
Many Canadians report being “financially unwell,” and this can have a direct impact on an individual's health, according to a new report from Manulife Financial.
Pattie Lovett-Reid: Keeping up with the Joneses? Be ready for a lean ...  CTV News
Retailers offered new, free online course to prevent racial profiling
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission has launched a new online course aimed at preventing racial profiling at retail outlets. The free, 20-minute education program -- described as the first of its kind in Canada -- has already attracted attention ...
ER spillover into hallways creating patient risk at Halifax hospital: study  660 News
Online course tackles racial profiling of consumers  Radio Canada International
Restaurant Brands International gets 83 per cent of Popeyes stock by deadline
OAKVILLE, Ont. - Restaurant Brands International Inc. of Oakville, Ont., (TSX:QSR) has received enough shares of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc. to complete its US$1.8-billion friendly takeover of the fast food chain.
Like staging a home for sale, having unit records at hand a boon to ...  Financial Post
Restaurant Brands tendered 83% of Popeyes shares, enough for takeover  CBC.ca
At midday: TSX fluctuates as oil and financials fall, gold gains
Canada's main stock index seesawed on Monday as lower oil prices weighed on the energy sector, offsetting gains for gold shares amid heightened demand for safe-haven assets like precious metals.
REFILE-CANADA STOCKS-TSX futures lower after Trump's healthcare setback  Nasdaq
Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau sells budget to Calgary's business community
Bill Morneau, the federal finance minister, is at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce on Monday, pitching his recent budget to the city's business crowd.
WALKOM: 1981 budget a good lesson for Liberals  TheChronicleHerald.ca
COLUMN: From the Hill -- 2017 Budget Comments  The Castlegar Source
Focus on innovation, shift to Asia will encourage Canada's competitiveness
With Budget 2017, the government is attempting to cement Canada's place in growing high-tech sectors and markets in Asia and Europe.
Canadian Researchers Disheartened Over Draft Budget  The Scientist
The pendulum swings back: Foreign policy from Harper to Trudeau  iPolitics.ca (subscription)
Wall Street is suddenly bullish on Snap
The maker of Snapchat is enjoying a sudden rush of love from sell-side analysts. Banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Snap shares rise on positive ratings from 8 banks  BNN
Wall Street Now Thinks Snap's Stock Is Probably a Good Bet. Here's Why  Fortune