United Airlines says it is launching an internal investigation after a 69-year-old man was forcibly removed from an oversold flight. The man had refused to give up his seat for a United employee. Canada will introduce new legislation this spring that will address the problem of travellers being bumped from flights. Yesterday’s announcement came during a social media frenzy over a man being dragged off a United Airlines light in Chicago because he refused to be bumped. A spokesman for Transport Minister Marc Garneau says bumping rules will be included in an air passenger bill of rights that was promised last fall.