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GlobeandMail.com: Election 2000 highlights
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Quote of the Day:
"Joe Clark should stop playing footsie with the separatists." -- Jean Chrétien to Toronto audience, Nov. 24

The Liberals

Photo: Fred Chartrand/CP

Still confident of majority, Chrétien says

Jean Chrétien addresses a group of seniors during a campaign stop in Montreal, Friday. He's not planning for a minority government, despite dip in polls. Murray Campbell reports. FULL STORY
Recent stories:
  • Liberals would treat Atlantic provinces well: Chrétien (Nov. 22)
  • Chrétien shifts target, opens fire on Clark (Nov. 21)
  • PEI ponders change (Nov. 20)
  • If re-elected, PM may consider early departure (Nov. 16)

  • Archive search: LIBERAL CAMPAIGN


    The Canadian Alliance

    Party enraged by 'scurrilous' ads

    Stockwell Day talks to supporters at a party rally in Calgary, Friday. Robert Matas on the Alliance claim that Liberals are using Vancouver's Chinese-language media to paint portrait of rival party as 'scary' and racist. FULL STORY

    Photo: Shaun Best/Reuters
    Recent stories:
  • Day makes pitch to Ontario's Tories (Nov. 22)
  • Alliance, NDP in fiery clash over abortion (Nov. 21)
  • Referendums would vary in power (Nov. 20)
  • Day defends immigration policy (Nov. 17)

  • Archive search: ALLIANCE CAMPAIGN


    The Bloc Québécois

    Photo: Jacques Boissinot/CP

    Minority would boost sovereignty, Duceppe says

    Gilles Duceppe walks past a polar bear statue after visiting a factory with Lise Deshaies, of Cascades, in Kingsey Falls, Que., Friday. A Liberal plurality would give his party extra leverage on issues that benefit its cause, Bloc Leader says. Rhéal Séguin reports. FULL STORY
    Recent stories:
  • Duceppe embarks on vote-blitz (Nov. 23)
  • Duceppe wades into hot debate on Quebec municipal mergers (Nov. 21)
  • Reject Chrétien, Bouchard urges Quebec (Nov. 20)
  • Merger sidestep criticized by Charest (Nov. 17)

  • Archive search: BLOC CAMPAIGN


    The New Democratic Party

    Liberals will form minority government: McDonough

    Alexa McDonough sports a smile as she prepares to deliver her health care message at a news conference in Winnipeg on Friday. Votes for her party will help keep Grits in line, NDP Leader says. Allison Dunfield reports. FULL STORY

    Photo: Andrew Vaughan/CP
    Recent stories:
  • Liberals at fault for homeless crisis, McDonough charges (Nov. 22)
  • Give Liberals minority, McDonough says (Nov. 20)
  • McDonough brings health message home to Saskatchewan (Nov. 17)
  • Alliance success shows Liberal failure: McDonough (Nov. 15)

  • Archive search: NDP CAMPAIGN


    The Progressive Conservative Party

    Photo: Frank Gunn/CP

    Boosted by polls, Clark pounces on rivals

    Joe Clark, his daughter Catherine and aide Bill King are all smiles during a campaign stop in Woodstock, Ontario, on Friday. The Conservative Leader says polls showing Tory gains, and recent attacks on him from Day and Chrétien, show he is a contender. FULL STORY
    Recent stories:
  • Tories challenging Grits in East (Nov. 23)
  • Last-ditch pitch to East Coast voters (Nov. 21)
  • 'Come clean,' Clark tells PM (Nov. 20)
  • Day's stand on crime insults victims, Clark says (Nov. 18)

  • Archive search: PC CAMPAIGN


    The Polls and Forums

  • Léger sees narrow Grit majority (Nov. 25)
  • Liberals on the knife edge (Nov. 25)
  • Support for Grits soft and slipping, poll shows (Nov. 13)
  • Liberals neck-and-neck with Bloc in Quebec: poll (Nov. 6)
  • Liberals sag, except in Ontario (Nov. 3)
  • The questions and answers (Nov. 3)
  • Chrétien ‘most trusted' leader: survey (Oct. 29)
  • Alliance continues to poll vault (Oct. 28)
  • Poll-apalooza: How to deal with the data deluge (Oct. 26)

  • Poll tracker
  • Join our informal polls or share your thoughts on our election discussion groups. Tell us what you think about current issues, or discuss the election as it's taking place region by region. Comment on the Globe's coverage, or get into the fray in a free-for-all.

    The Pundits

    The e-lection panel: Colour Commentary

    Allan Gregg, John Duffy, Jean-Marc Léger, Garry Aldridge, Stephen Harper and Jennifer Smith discuss daily events and strategies.

  • Strategy and hamburgers: Nov. 20
  • Minority rules: Nov. 15
  • Leaders and regions: Nov. 13
  • Now the nasty stuff: Nov. 10
  • Debate critique: Nov. 8
  • Parley en français: Nov. 8
  • Dogs, chai and polls: Nov. 3

  • There's nothing like a little law and order... (Nov. 16)
  • Poll results grim news for Liberal strategists (Nov. 13)
  • When Pretty Boy Day is too cute by half (Nov. 7)

  • Harris flirtation with Alliance over (Nov. 21)
  • Debate free-for-all turned off voters(Nov. 12)
  • Alliance soft-soaps its own policies (Nov. 8)

  • The real ball and chain: Alliance policies (Nov. 22)
  • The new guy (Oct. 30)
  • History's lesson (Oct. 27)

  • Campaigns driven by luck (Nov. 15)
  • Clark sheds reputation as 'yesterday's man' (Nov. 10)
  • Chrétien woos East with apology (Nov. 6)

  • The Political Web

    Jack Kapica on the campaigns, clutter and creativity taking place on-line.

  • Kapica: The Wired Voter 9: Fail safe (Nov. 24)
  • Kapica: The Wired Voter 8: Ours and theirs (Nov. 22)
  • Kapica: The Wired Voter Part 7 (Nov. 17)
  • Kapica: The Wired Voter 6 (Nov. 14)
  • Kapica: The Wired Voter, Part IV (Nov. 6)
  • Kapica: The wired voter, Part III (Nov. 3)
  • Alliance spoof sites threatened (Nov. 2)
  • Kapica: The wired voter, Part II (Oct. 31)
  • Kapica: Assessing the big five (Oct. 26)
  • Kapica: The wired voter (Oct. 24)
  • The Internet election? (Oct. 24)

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    Results Snapshot

    MAJORITY = 151

    Party E T
    LIB 172 172
    CA* 67 67
    PC 12 12
    BQ 38 38
    NDP* 12 12
    * Updated since recount:

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