May 8 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
** Bombardier Inc deliberately inflated its cost estimates to gain an unjustified payment of about $60 million from South Africa's state-owned freight company Transnet, a senior official said at a public inquiry into state corruption on Tuesday. tgam.ca/2H9WI8O
** SNC-Lavalin Group Inc told investors it is considering breaking up the company by spinning out some businesses before its criminal case ever gets to trial, a move that could include carving out British unit WS Atkins. tgam.ca/2H9WVZE
** Bank of Nova Scotia said it is shuffling top executives in retail banking and wealth management as the company establishes its expanded wealth business as a stand-alone division. tgam.ca/2H4uuML
** Canadian farmers will carry an "all-time record high" stock of unsold canola into the next season as slumping exports and Chinese trade tensions weigh on the already beleaguered agricultural sector. bit.ly/2H4R08q
** Singapore-based PSA International Pte Ltd has reached a deal to acquire the Halterm terminal in Halifax from Australian-based Macquarie Infrastructure Partners, the company confirmed in a brief email statement. bit.ly/2H4mICz
Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom