June 4 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from select Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
** Ontario's New Democrats and Progressive Conservatives are setting their sights on a majority government - and each other - in the final week of a tumultuous election campaign, offering voters a stark choice in the wake of Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne's admission that her party is facing certain defeat. tgam.ca/2sE15lD
** White Star Capital, a global venture-capital fund with deep Canadian roots, has raised $180 million for its second fund after scoring big returns on two U.S. investments. tgam.ca/2HhE0dL
** Real estate developer Fortress Real Developments Inc. is facing a flurry of legal actions from mortgage lenders who have filed applications to foreclose on land earmarked for development projects. tgam.ca/2JrD2AE
** From Jason Kenney to Brad Wall, Scott Moe to James Moore, many of Canada's most prominent conservative politicians and ex-politicians voiced public support of Justin Trudeau Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump slapped Canada, Mexico and the European Union with new steel and aluminum tariffs. bit.ly/2xPizRV
Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom