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Election Day: Oct. 2, 2003   

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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 17, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
Highlights from the Sept. 15 debate on issues in the 905 Belt, hosted by CBC Radio's Robert Fisher in Markham. They were broadcast on Ontario Today.

PART ONE: Introduction, education issues. (runs 15:45)
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PART TWO: Traffic and congestion. (runs 10:25)
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PART THREE: Question on car insurance. (runs 2:57)
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PART FOUR: Crime and security issues. (runs 12:57)
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PART FIVE: Questions. (runs 5:36)
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Metro Morning host Andy Barrie talks with three '905' Belt voters to see what they thought about Monday's debate. (runs 8:56)
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Elizabeth Rowley, leader of the Communist Party of Canada (Ontario) talks with Here and Now's Avril Benoit about her party's policies. (runs 6:51)
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InternetSecure is a company that helps politicians raise money online. Mia Huntington speaks with Here and Now's Avril Benoit. (runs 5:49)
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Snippets of a rally held at the University of Toronto to raise awareness about high tuition. (runs 4:01)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Mike Wise summarizes Day 16 on the campaign trail: A controversy erupts over whether the provincial government was trying to muzzle civil servants who might be asked to appear before a SARS inquiry (runs 2:29)
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Canada Now's Beatrice Politi explains the main parties' positions on coal-generated electricity in the province (runs 4:00)
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Canada Now reports some Oakville residents are accusing the provincial government of stifling West Nile virus testing results from their community in order to avoid embarrassment during the campaign. (runs 0:36)
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