May 28 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL **The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says it is reassessing across its vast portfolio to identify companies with troubling practices – even as it continues to pursue a strategy of diversification with investments in China. (tgam.ca/2W9VN2I)
**The International Energy Agency is urging developed countries to support their nuclear industries, saying the planned retirement of aging reactors will make it harder to meet climate-change targets. (tgam.ca/2EzyEvK)
**AltaGas Ltd will open Canada's first propane export terminal in British Columbia, with Chief Executive Officer Randy Crawford envisaging a trend of Canadian energy companies targeting Asian markets. (tgam.ca/2W6hQqW)
**Canadian Utilities Ltd shook up the Canadian power sector with the sale of roughly 90 per cent of its fossil-fuel-based generating capacity in two deals worth a total of $835 million. (bit.ly/2XbhBY2) (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)