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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 8, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:

WINDSOR – Anyone but the Tories. That's how some of Windsor's biggest unions are urging their members to vote this election. But what does it mean for the NDP? Former NDP Premier Howard Pawley speaks with Paul Vasey, the host of CBC Windsor's Morning Watch. (Runs 8:50)
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Economic management was the key issue for the vote-rich '905' belt in the last two elections, and it may well determine the outcome of this campaign, Ryerson University political science professor Wayne Petrozzi tells Here and Now's Avril Benoit. (Runs 3:38)
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Margaret Bruiniman of the Barrie Examiner and Reg Watson of the Peterborough Examiner brief Here and Now's Avril Benoit on how the provincial election is unfolding so far in their communities. (Runs 6:27)
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Three CBC Radio reporters talk about how the main party leaders reacted to weekend polls and which campaign bus is leading the food sweepstakes with Metro Morning guest host Bill Cameron. (Runs 7:20)
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No one thinks about the bus drivers when the topic of campaign buses comes up. Brian Crowe, president of the Ontario Motor Coach Association, tells Metro Morning guest host Bill Cameron about their life on the trail. (Runs 5:15)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Steven Fischer profiles Ontario Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty, who answers the question of why Ontarians should make him premier (runs 4:44)
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Canada Now's Mike Wise reviews Day 7 of the campaign: Ernie Eves holds forth on immigration, Dalton McGuinty pitches for northern support and Howard Hampton wants a debate on a new deal for Ontario's cities (runs 3:28)
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CBC Newsworld investigates the question of Tory tax cuts and their effect on Toronto (runs 3:04)
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Canada Now on a claim by the Liberal Party of Canada that the Progressive Conservatives want to privatize nuclear inspections (runs 0:42)
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