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Election Day: Oct. 2, 2003   

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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

September 30, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
OTTAWA – Voters in the riding of Ottawa-Orleans have a tough choice to make. CBC reporter Alistair Steele has the story on the candidates in this riding. (Runs 9:17)
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Political scientist David Docherty discusses the Mike Harris gaffe with Metro Morning's Andy Barrie. (Runs 3:37)
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A montage of Dalton McGuinty stump anecdotes from Here and Now. (Runs 6:20)
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OTTAWA – How do Ontario's major political parties plan to address the shortage of family doctors in Ontario? Joan Atlin, executive director of the Association of International Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, joins Ottawa Morning's Lucy van Oldenbarneveld. (Runs 6:26)
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The next generation of voters talked politics in downtown Toronto at Ready, Set, Vote. Here and Now listened in. (Runs 4:36)
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THUNDER BAY – Thoughts from three seniors who will be going to the polls this week say they're not hearing about the issues that affect their lives. They talk on The Great Northwest. (Runs 7:21)
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OTTAWA – The debate over privatization has been at the crux of the differences between Ontario's political parties this election. CBC's Karina Roman examines what's rhetoric and what's real. (Runs 8:52)
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Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty would like to see schools teach things like courage and empathy. Metro Morning's Andy Barrie talks to a teacher about it. (Runs 5:33)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Mike Wise reports on a major slip of the tongue by Progressive Conservative leader Ernie Eves. (runs 2:08)
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Canada Now's Simon Gardner reports on how Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty tried to pitch the Toronto Board of Trade on his vision for the city. (runs 1:59)
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Canada Now's Percy Hatfield reports on some of the celebrity endorsements for the NDP's campaign. (runs 2:05)
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Canada Now's Heather Hiscox in conversation with NDP leader Howard Hampton, who insists momentum is on his side. (runs 6:13)
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Canada Now's Beatrice Politi takes a close look at the campaign promises of the Liberal Party, which may form Ontario's next provincial government. (runs 4:09)
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