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Election Day: Oct. 2, 2003   

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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

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AUDIO:
THUNDER BAY – A typo on an Elections Ontario Web site got one Thunder Bay family a little more involved in the democratic process than they wanted to be. The Great Northwest's Jody Porter gets the story. (runs 6:27)
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OTTAWA – Ontario's political leaders hit the screen yesterday in the first TV ads of the election campaign. Paul Nesbitt-Larking joins Ottawa Morning's Lucy van Oldenbarneveld for a look at the strategy behind the ads. (runs 9:09)
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The Freedom Party considers itself to be the true ideological heir of the Common Sense Revolution. Leader Paul McKeever explains why to Here and Now's Avril Benoit. (runs 7:03)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Mike Wise on an alleged election scandal in North Bay (runs 2:53)
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Canada Now's Amanda Singroy on the Green Party's demand to be included in the leaders televised debate (runs 2:33)
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Canada Now's Beatrice Politi offers a primer on the main parties' environmental policies (runs 3:01)
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Canada Now's political insiders' panel dissects the campaign to this point (runs 6:48)
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