Oct 31 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
** China Telecom Corp Ltd, a state-owned telecommunications firm, has systematically diverted internet traffic in Canada and the United States by shunting it through its own network in an effort to commit espionage and steal intellectual property, two cybersecurity researchers say. tgam.ca/2EQOPaF
** Canadian Tire Corp Ltd is betting big on e-commerce – again. The Toronto-based retailer has quietly launched home delivery for its e-commerce business across the country this month, rolling it out in its last wave of stores whose staff pick and pack orders for shipping them to customers. tgam.ca/2OXnubv
** Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd, a London gold company has disclosed that it made a takeover proposal, valued at about $2-billion, for Toronto's Centerra Gold Inc. Centerra declined to entertain the proposal, which has now been withdrawn along with the previous offer to buy Centerra's Kumtor mine separately. tgam.ca/2ESHS8S
** The federal government unveiled new legislation on Monday that the ruling Liberals say will improve upon the current protections afforded to bank customers in Canada. bit.ly/2Q96X0L (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)