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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 3, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
OTTAWA – One impact of the blackout last month is the public's new-found awareness about the state of our power problems in Ontario. Who or what is to blame? Ottawa Morning's Lucy van Oldenbarneveld speaks with the CBC's Karina Roman. (Runs 7:46)
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CBC reporter Karla Hilton talks with Ottawa Morning's Lucy van Oldebarneveld about where education fits within each party's platform. (Runs 6:33)
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NDP leader Howard Hampton describes his "public power" vision and strategy to Here and Now's Avril Benoit. (Runs 4:38)
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CBC Radio reporter John McGrath compares and contrasts Mike Harris's 1999 campaign launch with Ernie Eve's effort for Here and Now's Avril Benoit. (Runs 6:03)
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York University political scientist Bob MacDermid gives Metro Morning's Andy Barrie some perspective on the modern realities of electioneering (runs 8:33)
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Business columnist Michael Hlinka is asked by Metro Morning's Andy Barrie to explain the three main parties' economic policies. (runs 4:24)
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Metro Morning's Andy Barrie asked campaign workers from the main parties what they are doing in the election and why they are doing it. (runs 6:57)
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The best online election chats aren't taking place in public. Technology columnist Jesse Hirsch explains to Metro Morning's Andy Barrie. (runs 4:34)
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Metro Morning's Andy Barrie hears about what 905 commuters are thinking about the election as they arrive at Toronto's Union Station. (runs 3:03)
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Bathurst and St. Clair is an interesting crossroads in Toronto: Go east, and you're in the well-to-do Forest Hills neighborhood; West takes you into a grittier, more multicultural area. Metro Morning's Andy Barrie gets a report from Dalton Higgins on what voters there are thinking about the election announcement. (runs 3:16)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Mike Wise reports on day two of the Progressive Conservative campaign (runs 2:39)
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Canada Now's Simon Gardner reports on day two of the Liberal campaign (runs 1:08)
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Canada Now's Susan Pedler reports on day two of the New Democratic Party campaign (runs 1:08)
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Canada Now's Beatrice Politi reports on the differences in the economic policies of the parties (runs 1:08)
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