March 28 (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 Ontario Liberals are set to unveil a pre-election budget with billions in new spending, including a plan to provide fully government-funded child care for preschoolers by 2020. tgam.ca/2uvnjdo
Tim Hortons has announced a $700 million program over four years to refresh and modernize about half of its store network across Canada, hoping to woo more customers to its outlets with communal seating and electric outlets at tables to charge phones and other electronics. bit.ly/2IXd5G2
The chief executive of Aecon Group Inc said that its sale to a foreign buyer would be a major boon for the company to grow its international operations, an expansion that could include a foothold in China's sprawling One Belt, One Road initiative, according to observers. bit.ly/2J1geES
Apple Inc is moving to regain its position at the head of the classroom, announcing a suite of education-based products based on the iPad. bit.ly/2us5An9 (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)