Stephen Harper's campaign mistake
Call it a blunder, a slip-up, a goof or a gaffe, but if it happens on the campaign trail it can make an election a lot more interesting – or even alter the outcome. From a Tory leader's famous fumble to a Liberal staffer's "beer and popcorn" bungle, CBC Digital Archives presents a selection of memorable Canadian federal election errors.
Program: CBC News: Sunday
Broadcast Date: June 20, 2004
Guest(s): Jim Armour, Robert Benzie, Stephen Harper, Vincent Marissal, Don Martin, Paul Martin, Scott Reid, Dimitri Soudas
Host: Carole MacNeil
Last updated: March 1, 2013
Page consulted on February 7, 2014
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