Summary touches Sears, Mr. Karim and GO bus accidents

Certain Sears Canada creditors wants to sue the company’s executive officers and directors, alleging negligent misrepresentation and oppression. It would appear they are owed big money. The retailer’s court-appointed monitor says the group wants an Ontario judge’s permission to launch their case against the company, which is currently protected under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act. As expected, the young man in the hacking of Yahoo email users and implicated in Russian spying waived his right to a Canadian extradition hearing and could be brought to the United States in the next several days. Karim Baratov, from Ancaster, who liked to called Mr. Karim by his friends, says he is excited to have proceedings begin in the US. Suspicion runs high that the CIA really just wants to find out what Baratov knows about Russian spying. A trade off perhaps. And finally, GO bus accidents of all kind total 897 since 2014 but Metrolinx says that less than half that number, 417, were preventable by the driver.