Nov 7 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from select Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
** A deal in the works for Toronto-based telecommunications and media company Rogers Communications Inc to sell most of its magazines to the publisher of The Hockey News has fallen apart at the last minute. It is still seeking a buyer for the magazines. tgam.ca/2Pd44PU
** Two housewares chains Bombay Brothers and Bowring Company, owned by the Benitah family that also runs Fairweather, International Clothiers and other chains, have filed for protection from their creditors for the second time in four years amid heated competition in the home-decor field and shifting consumer tastes. tgam.ca/2Pg64Hj
** Canada's nuclear regulator Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) has urged the federal government to allow smaller nuclear reactors to avoid lengthy impact assessments, a move that would create an easier and faster path for commercialization of the technology. tgam.ca/2PhcYfe
** Saskatoon-based Nutrien Ltd, the largest potash company in the world, announced late Monday evening that it is closing a mine in Sussex, New Brunswick that cost billions of dollars to construct and that it had barely operated. bit.ly/2Pi5Wac
Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom