The price of gold has recently shattered the record $1900/ounce benchmark, driving gold prices to an all-time high. The demand for the precious metal continues to grow, driven by concerns about global economic and political uncertainty. At the same time, Brinks has filed a lawsuit against Air Canada, claiming $23 million in damages for a 2020 heist. The surge in the gold price comes at a time when the economic outlook is uncertain. Investors seek the relative stability of gold, driving up the price even further. According to some analysts, the gold price may exceed $2000/ounce in the near future. The lawsuit filed by Brinks against Air Canada has not helped the struggling airline either. Brinks alleges that employees at Air Canada collaborated with criminals to steal gold bullion from a Brinks cargo hold. The value of the gold taken is estimated to have exceeded $23 million. In response to the lawsuit, Air Canada has categorically denied any involvement in the robbery. The lawsuit is currently in the discovery and pretrial phases and could lead to a lengthy court battle against an already ailing Air Canada. As gold reaches new heights, Brinks has taken legal action against Air Canada. The outcome of this dispute could have serious consequences for both the airline and the security company, not to mention the gold market. Despite the uncertain future, one thing is certain: investors will continue to flock towards the safe-haven asset of gold, driving up the price even further.