Sept 14 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
** Golf Town, Canada's largest golf retailer, is set to be sold as its struggling U.S. parent company files for bankruptcy protection on Wednesday, according to sources. (bit.ly/2cUZAuW)
** Ontario's largest union is suing the government over the privatization of Hydro One, arguing that the Liberals inappropriately mixed government business and party fundraising during the controversial sell-off. (bit.ly/2cUXQBS)
** Former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney says the best way to shock the country's economy back to robust growth is for the Liberal government to approve the controversial Energy East pipeline to create jobs and get Canadian oil to world markets. (bit.ly/2cUZ0NE)
** Former provincial staffer Laura Miller, who is facing criminal charges related to Ontario's gas plants scandal, has been tapped to run the British Columbia Liberals' re-election campaign. (bit.ly/2cUZraS)
** In a series of fiery comments at an industry conference in Toronto, Rogers Communications Inc Chief Executive Guy Laurence disputed a study that found BCE Inc has the fastest network, arguing his top competitor doesn't even run a truly national network. (bit.ly/2cUZzHk)
** Oil prices tumbled on Tuesday on a report from the International Energy Agency that global demand growth is shrinking, raising concerns over whether the economic boost from low fuel prices has run its course. (bit.ly/2cUZKTj) (Compiled by Vishal Sridhar in Bengaluru)