PRESS DIGEST-Canada-Nov 13

Fri Nov 13, 2015 6:17am EST
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Nov 13 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.


** Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will use his first international trip as an opportunity to show other nations there is an economic - as well as humanitarian - case for welcoming large numbers of Syrian refugees. Mr. Trudeau will participate in a summit of G20 leaders hosted by Turkey. (

** In what has become an annual ritual, Toronto's police board has approved a budget increase following deliberations that largely ignored the major driver behind ballooning police costs. The C$1.006-billion ($757.53 million) budget approved Thursday is up 2.76 per cent from last year and up about 35 per cent from a decade ago. (

** Suncor Energy Inc stepped up its attack on Canadian Oil Sands Ltd, accusing the company's board and management of "misleading spin" and warning its investors that a rejection of the hostile takeover would trigger a collapse in the bid target's stock price. (   Continued...