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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 23, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

VIDEO: The leaders' debate
CBC TV's Heather Hiscox asks Progressive Conservative leader Ernie Eves what his party's negative campaign tactics say about his approach to leadership (runs 7:37)
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Tory leader Ernie Eves and Grit leader Dalton McGuinty joust on the appropriate way to conduct federal-provincial relations (runs 4:11)
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A university student asks the leaders about what changes they have planned for the province's student loan program. (Runs 7:11)
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CPAC TV's Peter Van Dusen asks NDP leader Howard Hampton about what exactly is bad about banning teachers strikes? (Runs 7:42)
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CityPulse TV's Adam Vaughan asks Progressive Conservative leader Ernie Eves what he would cut or privatize (runs 7:25)
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CBC's Heather Hiscox asks Progressive Conservative leader Ernie Eves what he would say to Ontarians who are having problems finding a family doctor (runs 8:01)
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CityPulse TV's Adam Vaughan asks NDP leader Howard Hampton what parts of his party's platform would absolutely have to be implemented if another party wanted NDP support in a minority government (runs 5:32)
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An viewer asks about negative campaigning and personal attacks in this election. (Runs 3:06)
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Closing statements by the party leaders (runs 4:53)
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AUDIO: The leaders' debate
CBC TV's Heather Hiscox asks Progressive Conservative leader Ernie Eves what his party's negative campaign tactics say about his approach to leadership (runs 7:16)
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Tory leader Ernie Eves and Grit leader Dalton McGuinty joust on the appropriate way to conduct federal-provincial relations (runs 2:13)
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A university student asks the leaders about what changes they have planned for the province's student loan program. (Runs 7:11)
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CPAC TV's Peter Van Dusen asks NDP leader Howard Hampton about what exactly is bad about banning teachers strikes? (Runs 7:42)
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CityPulse TV's Adam Vaughan asks NDP leader Howard Hampton what parts of his party's platform would absolutely have to be implemented if another party wanted NDP support in a minority government (runs 5:32)
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An viewer asks about negative campaigning and personal attacks in this election. (Runs 3:06)
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Global TV's Graham Richardson asks Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty how he'll pay for campaign promises given the alleged looming deficit threat in Ontario (Runs 6:55)
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CBC's Heather Hiscox asks Progressive Conservative leader Ernie Eves what he would say to Ontarians who are having problems finding a family doctor (Runs 7:52)
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CityPulse TV's Adam Vaughan asks Premier Ernie Eves what he would cut or privatize (Runs 7:25)
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Closing statements by the party leaders (Runs 4:49)
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AUDIO: Non debate-related
OTTAWA – Ontario's political leaders are busy on the campaign trail trying to smooth talk their way into the premier's seat. All In A Day's Brent Bambury speaks with Allan Bonner, a communications trainer who has coached several premiers. (Runs 9:41)
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OTTAWA – We've been told from the beginning of this election campaign that leadership is what matters this time round. But what does that really mean? The CBC's Karla Hilton has this look at what political leadership means today. (Runs 9:41)
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OTTAWA – Seniors make up almost a quarter of the voting-age population in some parts of Ottawa. Ottawa's Council on Aging says there hasn't been much discussion of the issues that affect them. Ottawa Morning's Hallie Cotnam has the story. (Runs 15:06)
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Here and Now's Avril Benoit talks with communications trainer Allan Bonner about projecting leadership in politics. (Runs 7:31)
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Metro Morning's Andy Barrie talks with the Fraser Institute's Mark Mullins about his projection that Ontario has a looming deficit problem. (Runs 5:44)
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Three candidates with business backgrounds debate economic issues in this election on Metro Morning. (Runs 8:17)
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CBC Radio producer Lu Zhou spoke with voters in the Willowdale riding and tells Metro Morning's Andy Barrie they aren't any more interested in this campaign than their Danforth brethern. (Runs 4:30)
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