Feb 12 (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 Harper government will not resurrect its controversial Internet surveillance bill, and will not introduce new legislation to monitor the activities of people on the web.
* Former school trustee Liz Sandals inherited one of Ontario’s most difficult files Monday, taking on the post of Education Minister and the ambitious task of resolving a dispute with Ontario’s teachers and restoring sports teams, clubs and other after-school activities.
Reports in the business section:
* Genivar Inc, one of Quebec’s biggest engineering firms, uncovered “inappropriate conduct” after investigating the company’s role in financing political parties and bidding on municipal contracts, another sign of corruption in the province’s engineering and construction industry.
* A federal report on military procurement to be released Tuesday will recommend bidders be required to explicitly outline how they will spur innovation and long-term economic growth in Canada, a source familiar with the file told the National Post.
* WestJet Airlines Ltd will launch its new regional carrier Encore in Western Canada this summer starting on June 24, the company said Monday.
* Following the grilling in London last week, outgoing Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney may be in for a second round of tough questioning Tuesday, this time from Canadian Ministers of Parliament.