May 22 (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 and Canada will exchange tax and financial information for the first time this fall, a move that will give Canadian authorities a window into the activities of some foreign-property owners who evade Canadian taxes in real estate markets such as Vancouver. tgam.ca/2KKOsfI
** British Columbia's controversial property tax that largely targets out-of-province owners is under new attack from a group called Canadians Against the B.C. Speculation Tax that is crowdfunding to finance a campaign against the levy, which could include a class-action lawsuit. tgam.ca/2Lhm3yW
** The federal government's carbon tax could take a toll on Canada's fishing industry, causing its competitiveness to "degrade relative to other nations," according to an analysis from the fisheries department. bit.ly/2KMQH23
** Police in two separate jurisdictions are investigating leaks of confidential information allegedly used by Ontario Progressive Conservatives in nomination battles for the June 7 election. bit.ly/2s2Yykq
Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom