October 3, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 21  

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Ontario bleeds red as Liberals oust Tories

(CP) Eight years of Conservative tax cuts in Ontario came to a screeching halt Thursday as Dalton McGuinty's Liberals sailed to a majority government, luring voters with a promise to end the "politics of division."

Dairy slims while pop makes you fat: study

Remember that clever 1980s tag line "milk - it does a body good"? New research suggests this was more than a marketing ploy. It actually does "beat the real thing."

The Governor General's million dollar vacation

From The Gazette's international bureau (OK, there isn't one, but we can pretend), here's this week's News for Dummies.

Matthews in, Cunningham out as Liberals take riding

Mirroring events across most of the province last night, the Liberal Party was victorious in London North Centre, as Liberal candidate and Western graduate student Deb Matthews became the new member of provincial Parliament.

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