The wheels on the bus won't be going round and round much longer, housing prepares for a rebound in Canada and England is feeling left out of any potential economic movement. Some of the items of note for Thursday September 3.
Globe and Mail-- Greyhound to cut service in Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario
Globe and Mail-- Canada to lag G7 economies: OECD
Globe and Mail-- Canadian housing on brink of rebound
Globe and Mail-- Oil sands deal highlights new reality
National Post-- Ottawa calls Greyhound service cut a 'shakedown'
National Post-- Flaws remain in Canada's tax regime: report
National Post-- La Presse threatens to cease publication unless costs cut
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. new-home construction at a near low
Vancouver Sun-- Victoria-based Traveller's Inn group files for bankruptcy
Toronto Star-- Flaherty cautious on global recovery
Toronto Star-- U.K. lender's mortgage arrears jump 12 fold
Telegraph UK-- Lord Turner 'focusing on the wrong issues'
Telegraph UK-- Britain only major economy not to grow by 2010
Telegraph UK-- Britain's economic crisis deepens even as others recover
Times on Line UK-- Tories join Germany and France in call for exit strategy from G20 bailout
Times on Line UK-- Tiger economy
Guardian UK-- Lehman downfall triggered by mix-up between London and Washington
Guradian UK-- Power station and refinery workers vote for strike action
Sydney Morning Herald-- Big four banks not as safe as some
Sydney Morning Herald-- CBA panic led to Storm collapse: Cassimatis