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Election Day: Oct. 2, 2003   

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Election News Archive - Audio and Video

October 3, 2003  [back to archived news stories]

AUDIO:
Part one of a Metro Morning panel discussion on the election. (Runs 14:22)
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A medley of clips from the leaders of the three main parties. (Runs 1:35)
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Part two of a panel discussion on the election. (Runs 12:35)
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Part three of a panel discussion on the election. (Runs 13:01)
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A teacher savours the Liberal victory. (Runs 1:11)
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Part four of a panel discussion on the election. (Runs 13:09)
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Final thoughts from Metro Morning's 905 panel. (Runs 5:54)
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Andy Barrie interviews NDP leader Howard Hampton. (Runs 3:09)
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Liberal political strategist Warren Kinsella, author of Kicking Ass in Canadian Politics, talks about his party's campaign strategy with Here and Now's Avril Benoit. (Runs 7:16)
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Metro Morning business columnist Michael Hlinka on the economic implications of the change in government. (Runs 2:40)
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VIDEO:
Canada Now's Mike Wise reports on Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty's first day as premier-designate. (runs 1:56)
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Canada Now's Beatrice Politi looks at whether the Progressive Conservative campaign was doomed from the start. (runs 3:33)
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Canada Now's Percy Hatfield reports on what turned out to be a crushingly disappointing night for the NDP. (runs 2:29)
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Canada Now's James Murray on what the Liberal victory means to Toronto. (runs 3:29)
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Canada Now's Amanda Singroy tells the tale of two rookie political candidates. (runs 2:04)
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Canada Now on low voter turnout and why some people didn't vote. (runs 1:27)
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Canada Now's Cara Weist reports on Bay Street's reaction to the change in government. (runs 1:58)
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