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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 16, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
What would inspire you to run for public office? Join Sherry Drysdale and guest Hugh Segal, president of the Institute for Research on Public Policy, for highlights from the Ontario Today phone-in. (runs 5:12)
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OTTAWA – The Canadian Taxpayer's Federation, a watchdog on government spending and taxation, got both Eves and McGuinty to sign the Taxpayer Protection Promise. All In A Day's Brent Bambury speaks with Walter Robinson, federal director of the CTF. (runs 8:21)
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Swiss cheese, go-karts, a statue of a goose...what do these things have to do with Ontario politics? CBC's Allison Dempster takes a look at the pro's and con's of elaborate election props on the campaign trail. (runs 5:48)
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CBC Radio's Robert Fisher discusses the 905 election debate he hosted Sept. 15 in Markham with Here and Now's Avril Benoit. (runs 2:23)
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'905'-belt candidates discuss how to best spend gas tax revenues during a CBC Radio-sponsored debate on issues in that politically important region. (runs 4:19)
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Candidates talk about what their parties would do to improve traffic and manage growth at a CBC Radio-sponsored debate on '905'-belt issues. (runs 4:39)
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Three Toronto candidates with personal expertise in health care discuss that issue with Metro Morning's Andy Barrie. (runs 9:51)
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WINDSOR – Sandra Pupatello is the Liberal health critic from Windsor West. Morning Watch reporter Tom Aubin reports on the views of this potential cabinet minister and those of her competitors on health issues. (runs 4:41)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Mike Wise summarizes Day 15 on the campaign trail: Ernie Eves plays down discouraging poll results, Dalton McGuinty defends cost figures for reducing class sizes, and Howard Hampton promises cheaper auto insurance (runs 2:39)
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Canada Now's Simon Gardner on the behind-the-scenes role of professional political campaigners (runs 5:44)
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