May 10, 2017 / 11:25 AM / 7 months ago

PRESS DIGEST- Canada- May 10

May 10 (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 GLOBE AND MAIL

** Ontario Teachers Pension Plan became the latest Bombardier shareholder to call for governance changes at the Canadian aerospace manufacturer, confirming Tuesday it has cast votes opposing Bombardier's executive compensation plan. tgam.ca/2q0Emjo

** The Trump administration may tear up the North American free-trade agreement and negotiate separate deals with Canada and Mexico, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross warned on Tuesday. tgam.ca/2qYVpjJ

** U.S. President Donald Trump fired James Comey, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the man responsible for leading a criminal investigation into possible collusion between Trump's election campaign and Russia. tgam.ca/2qQ8lvF

NATIONAL POST

** Canadian companies are facing an increasing number of cyber attacks, says Travis Reese, president of the U.S. cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc. bit.ly/2r0VjZo

** One of Canada's top labor law firms, Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP is facing strike action by its clerical employees, who say it underpays staff relative to competitors. bit.ly/2r1ks6o

** The Canadian government made a billion dollar change to how much it was willing to spend on its new search-and-rescue aircraft fleet, but did not inform the bidders trying to win the contract to build the planes of the change in budget. bit.ly/2q402cQ (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)

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