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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileFrom left to right, Green party Leader Elizabeth May, Liberal Leader Stphane Dion, Conservative Leader Stephen Harper, NDP Leader Jack Layton and Bloc Qubcois Leader Gilles Duceppe. Along with contributions from flagship news and current affairs broadcast programs and services, Canada Votes programming bvlgari knock off chain necklace took shape with several new initiatives that incorporated new media such as podcasts, blogs and live streaming video and audio.Here is a summary of the CBC network programs that contributed to Canada Votes 2008:CBC Television and CBC NewsworldEvery day during the campaign, host Heather Hiscox and reporter Julie Van Dusen in Ottawa set the scene for the election day that would come. David Taylor provided updates on the rolling poll that was conducted by The Canadian Press and Harris/Decima Research, and Susan Ormiston of Ormiston Online kept up with the latest web trends and stories. With Colleen's Campaign, reporter Colleen Jones found bvlgari chain necklace imitation out the human side of election races, like how the grinds of sports and politics mirror one another or the results of an informal poll among Canadian beer drinkers. And Six Degrees of Election Separation profiled Canadians who are political insiders in their own ways, such as longtime Ottawa hairstylist Rinaldo and Toronto clothier Tom Mihalik.The daytime programs on CBC Newsworld kept bvlgari mens necklace replica the ball rolling with contributions from Julie Van Dusen and Don Newman in Ottawa, as well as frequent updates from CBC reporters as they traveled with party leaders on the campaign trail. In addition, CBC News: Today featured a number of interviews and panel discussions with politicians, party strategists, youth and student vote advocates, environmental group representatives, journalists and community leaders providing outlooks from their respective regions and many more contributors.CBC News Senior Parliamentary Editor Don Newman, host of Politics on CBC Newsworld, provided experienced analysis and anchored a series of lively debates and discussions, featuring federal and provincial politicians past and present, strategists, journalists and a range of other guests from across Canada's political spectrum. And during the election, the Politics Pool gave notable political junkies a chance to make their picks.Canada Votes: Your Turn was CBC Newsworld's daily interactive federal election show and your chance to talk about the election issues that matter to you. The show took your calls live on the air, read your e mails and brought you into the conversation. Canada Votes: Your Turn, with host Suhana Meharchand, bvlgari necklace silver copy during the 2008 election aired weeknights live on CBC Newsworld.The National is the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News, hosted by CBC News chief correspondent Peter Mansbridge. The program and its news team were central to the Canada Votes television coverage. Canada Votes election segments and features on The National included:Your Turn interviews returned, in which Peter Mansbridge put to the federal party leaders the questions Canadians asked of them. NDP Leader Jack Layton, Liberal Leader Stphane Dion and Green party Leader Elizabeth May participated. In addition, Mansbridge conducted a One on One with Conservative Leader Stephen Harper.The At Issue panel of Chantal Hebert of the Toronto Star, Andrew Coyne of Maclean's magazine and Allan Gregg of Harris/Decima Research, was moderated by Mansbridge and featured a variety of guest political commentators from across Canada.On Rex Murphy's Point of View, Murphy turned his incisive focus to an election campaign that turned out to be more interesting than many people predicted.Mark Kelley looked at ridings that weren't being discussed in the campaign in his series Beyond the Battlegrounds.The National's Road Stories series continued to illustrate the current needs of some Canadians.Taxi Chats gave Canadians a chance to talk to federal candidates in a new context.With Ormiston Online, Susan Ormiston opened a window into the web world, increasingly a factor in the political scene.The Insiders, political strategists David Herle and Rick Anderson, revealed the reality behind the press conferences and photo ops in their blogs and weekly television segments.

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