May 29 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
** A West Coast property developer says the Trans Mountain pipeline will ruin its plans for a new subdivision of million-dollar homes. tgam.ca/2rxvuDM
** Acacia Mining, the African subsidiary of Barrick Gold Corp says it is losing more than $1 million in daily revenue as Tanzania extends an export ban and accuses mining companies of massive tax evasion. tgam.ca/2scugdF
** Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hopeful Pope Francis will heed a personal call to make a formal apology to aboriginal survivors of sexual and physical abuse at Catholic-run residential schools during a private audience with his holiness at the Vatican on Monday. tgam.ca/2rNWqig
** The federal government of Ottawa has created an advisory panel aimed at bringing more zero-emission vehicles to roads across the country, a decision that industry manufacturers and electric car advocates say is a positive step forward. bit.ly/2qrVT64 (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom; Editing by James Dalgleish)
REFILE-India's Infosys says reassessing long-term goals due to tougher market
Bengaluru, June 24 Infosys Ltd, India's second-biggest software services exporter, is re-evaluating its long-term targets because tougher market conditions have made them appear "daunting", the company's chairman said on Saturday.
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