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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 25, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
OTTAWA – There's a striking difference in mood between the Liberal and Tory camps since the Sept. 23 debate. The Globe and Mail's Richard MacKie speaks with Ottawa Morning's Lucy van Oldenbarneveld. (Runs 5:16)
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OTTAWA – With just one week to go before voting day, NDP leader Howard Hampton has a big task ahead. Ottawa Morning's Lucy van Oldenbarneveld speaks with him. (Runs 6:20)
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THUNDER BAY – NDP leader Howard Hampton talks northern issues with The Great Northwest's Lisa Laco. (Runs 8:04)
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WINDSOR – NDP leader Howard Hampton is questioned about issues like strategic voting and what happens if the NDP loses official party status with Morning Watch's Paul Vasey. (Runs 6:53)
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OTTAWA – For the last thirty years, people in Ottawa-Vanier have placed their confidence – and their votes – with the Liberals. CBC's Carolyn Adolph has the story on why things may not be so stable this time round. (Runs 5:22)
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Three candidates debate law and order issues, moderated by Here and Now's Avril Benoit (Runs 13:18)
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SUDBURY – CBC Radio's provincial affairs analyst Robert Fisher talks about the impact of the leaders' debate on undecided voters with Morning North's Marcus Schwabe. (Runs 5:27)
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The barriers facing disabled Ontarians who wish to cast a ballot are discussed by David Lepovsky, chair of the Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee, and Metro Morning's Andy Barrie. (Runs 5:02)
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SUDBURY – Morning North's Marcus Schwabe talks with Michael Doucette, president of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations, about post-secondary education issues and a candidates' debate at Sault Ste. Marie's Algoma University. (Runs 4:47)
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THUNDER BAY – Excerpts of an all-candidates debate featuring electoral hopefuls from the Thunder Bay-Superior North riding. (Runs 5:38)
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THUNDER BAY – Excerpts of an all-candidates debate featuring candidates from the Thunder Bay-Atikokan riding. (Runs 5:36)
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WINDSOR – Local candidates talk about education issues on Morning Watch. (Runs 4:50)
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Here and Now's Avril Benoit talks with Libertarian Party leader Sam Apelbaum about why his group wants to shrink government. (Runs 6:01)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Simon Gardner on Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty taking heat on the tax issue (runs 3:02)
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Canada Now's Mike Wise reports on how the NDP is trying to woo Liberal voters by saying the Tories are finished. (runs 2:04)
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Canada Now profiles a Communist Party candidate, Stuart Ryan, who is running in Ottawa Centre. (runs 1:38)
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Canada Now's insiders panel looks at how the campaign might go in its final week. (runs 6:44)
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