April 23 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
** More than one-third of the money raised from investors to provide syndicated mortgage loans for Fortress Real Developments Inc's building projects was paid out as cash commissions to salespeople and as consulting fees to Fortress, new court documents say. tgam.ca/2Fce8Pa
** Canada's 82 Toys R Us (IPO-TOYS.N) stores are set to remain open for business as Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd prepares to take control of the specialty retailer of toys and baby gear. tgam.ca/2HOmrpR
** Canadian liquefied natural gas proponents face "time crunch" as executives fly back and forth to Ottawa with increasing frequency to ask for tariff relief, which is now considered among the last remaining obstacles to the nascent industry's development in British Columbia. bit.ly/2qRjtaA
** A judge in Minnesota has ruled that if Enbridge Inc wants to replace its Line 3 pipeline through the state, it should build the pipeline along the existing right-of-way rather than in its originally planned route. bit.ly/2K9Q5Ec (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)