June 20 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
** Hudson's Bay Co won a shareholder vote on a C$29.4 million ($22.28 million) pay package for its Chief Executive Officer Helena Foulkes at the company's annual meeting on Wednesday, but the measure received a strong rebuke from minority investors. tgam.ca/2RmmtaK
** The founder of defunct cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX moved users' money into his personal accounts, created artificial trading volume and inflated company revenue, according to a report from Ernst & Young. tgam.ca/2RoW1x9
** More than 31,000 homes across Canada were rented out so often on Airbnb in 2018 that they were likely removed from the long-term rental supply, according to a groundbreaking study by McGill University researchers. tgam.ca/2RtwkMe
** The Conservative Party of Canada released its long-awaited climate plan on Wednesday, one the party says is Canada's "best chance" to meet its targets under the Paris Agreement, while the plan provides no estimate of how much its proposed measures would cut greenhouse gas emissions. bit.ly/2RmVHiG ($1 = 1.3197 Canadian dollars) (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)