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Election Day: Oct. 2, 2003   

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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 15, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
OTTAWA – Who are you going to vote for on October 2nd? If you don't know yet, you're not alone. Ottawa Morning's Lucy van Oldenbarneveld speaks with Jennifer Rosebrugh and Andrew Pope, two undecided voters who live in Ottawa. (runs 8:36)
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OTTAWA – They'll probably get your toes tapping. They may even draw you from your seat. But will they affect the way you vote? Ottawa Morning reporter Allison Johnson takes a look at campaign theme songs, the soundtrack of the Ontario election. (runs 6:40)
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Three undecided '905'-belt voters tell Metro Morning's Andy Barrie what they're hoping to hear from the political parties. (runs 10:55)
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Liberal candidate and party agriculture critic Steve Peters speaks with Metro Morning's Andy Barrie about why he thinks Agriculture Minister Helen Johns should resign over the Aylmer Meat affair. (runs 4:55)
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Two student journalists speak with Here and Now's Avril Benoit about the big election issues on campus. (runs 8:55)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Mike Wise summarizes Day 14 on the campaign trail: Ernie Eves promises more roads for the GTA; Dalton McGuinty wants more doctors, and Howard Hampton zapped electricity deregulation (runs 2:52)
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Canada Now's Steve Fischer analyzes the Progressive Conservatives' mortgage interest tax deductibility promise (runs 4:02)
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Canada Now introduces you to a Freedom Party candidate, Silvio Urzomarzo, who explains his party's policies. (runs 1:00)
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Canada Now shows the party leaders in their own words (runs 1:23)
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Canada Now on why religious leaders in Toronto say child poverty should be a campaign issue (runs 0:53)
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Canada Now's Heather Hiscox explains how you can ask the party leaders a question in the Sept. 23 leadership debate (runs 0:39)
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