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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 10, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
What do you think of the tone of the election so far? Join host Sherry Drysdale of Ontario Today and Robert Williams, Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo, to find out what listeners had to say. (Runs 5:42)
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The time-honoured tradition of door-to-door campaigning is alive and well, but how effective is it? Join Ottawa Morning's Hallie Cotnam as she hits the pavement with Melanie Ransom, Green Party Candidate in Ottawa-Orleans. (Runs 7:10)
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Car insurance was an explosive election issue in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia earlier this year. A new report by the Consumers' Association of Canada could give Ontario voters reasons to be even angrier than their Maritime counterparts. (Runs 5:36)
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Is there a better way to elect a government? Sylvia Bashevkin thinks there is. The director of Fair Vote Canada explains to Avril Benoit of Here and Now why her group favours proportional representation. (Runs 6:28)
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Doug Peters, a one-time cabinet minister and former chief economist for the TD Bank, tells Here and Now's Avril Benoit why politicians should consider raising the minimum wage. (Runs 2:39)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Mike Wise profiles Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Ernie Eves, who tells why his privately sarcastic sense of humor isn't much in evidence on the campaign trail (runs 4:15)
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Canada Now's James Murray looks at the opening salvo of political campaign ads, with the Tories taking aim at Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty (runs 2:29)
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Canada Now's Beatrice Politi looks at the various parties' stances on electricity (runs 3:25)
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Canada Now's Susan Pedler on political reaction to a new report on auto insurance in Ontario (runs 2:19)
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Canada Now reports on how the issue of same-sex marriage has surfaced on the campaign trail (runs 0:56)
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Canada Now reports on how two separate groups are trying to raise interest in the issues of a minimum wage increase and better funding for childrens' mental health programs (runs 1:12)
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