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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 26, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
OTTAWA – CBC's John McGrath explores the question of what tax cuts do, and what they don't do, with Ottawa Morning's Lucy van Oldenbarneveld. (Runs 7:00)
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OTTAWA – What concerns do you have about the Tory party as we head into the election? Emma Dillon, a longtime Tory supporter, and Gerry Nicholls, the vice-president of the National Citizens Coalition, share their views with Ottawa Morning. (Runs 8:11)
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OTTAWA – In the riding of Ottawa West-Nepean, the Tory MPP Gary Guzzo is feeling the squeeze from former Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson. CBC's Laurie Fagan has this report on a battle between two men who are passionate about their politics. (Runs 8:16)
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CBC Radio producer Mike Smee captures the "politeness" of the Sept. 23 leaders' debate in this audio montage for Here and Now. (Runs 2:02)
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SUDBURY – 'Citizen Q. Public' asks the candidates about auto insurance. (Runs 8:08)
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SUDBURY – Morning North looks at the Green Party's attempt to move from the fringe to the mainstream. (Runs 6:36)
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WINDSOR – CBC Radio reporter Tom Aubin looks at environmental issues in the ridings of Sarnia-Lambton and Lambton-Kent-Middlesex. (Runs 10:25)
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THUNDER BAY – The Great Northwest's Lisa Laco talks with Green Party leader Frank de Jong. (Runs 8:50)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Mike Wise reports on how Progressive Conservative leader Ernie Eves took his tax-cutting message to Toronto's business community (runs 2:23)
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Canada Now's Simon Gardner reports that Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty appears to be coming under heavier scrutiny. (runs 2:00)
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Canada Now's Percy Hatfield reports the NDP are training their rhetorical guns almost exclusively on the Liberals. (runs 2:05)
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Canada Now's Steve Fischer reports why some interest groups that were quite vocal in 1999 are holding their tongues this campaign (runs 4:29)
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