Archive: Show #209

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The stakes are sky-high in this election for Canadian Alliance leader Stockwell Day. The big question: can he deliver a breakthrough in Ontario for his new party? That goal eluded Reform's former leader, Preston Manning, for two elections. To do that Day must unite the right in this province, but recent polls show that hasn't happened so far. The CA sits at only out 20% in Ontario and the Tories at 10%. Meanwhile the Liberals are way out in front with about 60% support. Will Stockwell Day's dreams come true or will the right split once again, and deliver another Liberal majority? We'll talk to two Ontario candidates: the CA's Kevyn Nightingale, and Randall Pearce from the PCs.
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