Sept 7 (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 Canadian government has publicly acknowledged it has been conducting security tests since 2013 on smartphones and telecommunication equipment sold in Canada by Chinese giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, a company the United States and Australia regard as a potential tool for state-sponsored cyberspying. tgam.ca/2NYdvyd
** Canada's Telus Health is joining forces with London-based AI company Babylon Health to bring virtual medical services, including video consultations, to Canadians who do not have a family doctor or are in rural locations far from a surgery. tgam.ca/2wMWXle
** Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will pitch his government's efforts to unlock private-sector money needed to help meet a set of ambitious United Nations sustainable-development goals as a key part of Canada's bid for a UN Security Council seat in New York later this month. tgam.ca/2O09GbO
** Opposition Members of Parliament are criticizing a clause in the government's contract to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline that includes protections for its previous owner, Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. bit.ly/2QcE04b
** A Quebec Superior Court judgment has awarded two Montreal businessmen nearly C$5 million ($3.81 million) in damages against the Canada Revenue Agency, meaning taxpayers may have an easier time holding the tax collector accountable for its actions. bit.ly/2Qdp4mG
$1 = 1.3132 Canadian dollars Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom