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Election Day: Oct. 2, 2003   

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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 19, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
THUNDER BAY – If you draw an X through Northern Ontario, 90 per cent of the province's land mass is gone. That's what some northerners feel has happened in this election as they have only eight per cent of the popular vote. CBC's Jody Porter has the story of northern voter alienation. (runs 5:23)
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Giuseppe Gori, leader of the Family Coalition Party, explains his party's policies to Here and Now's Avril Benoit. (runs 6:18)
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Dr. Brian Goldman explains the Ontario Health Coalition's analysis of the main parties' health platforms for Avril Benoit. (runs 6:04)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Ron Charles reports on Day 18 on the campaign trail: Ernie Eves breaks out the props to attack Liberal crime policies; Dalton McGuinty rubs shoulders on Bay Street (runs 1:45)
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Ontario's Green Party, which will be running candidates in all but one of the province's 103 ridings and wants a place in the Sept. 23 leaders debate, is profiled by Canada Now's Susan Pedler. (runs 5:00)
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