Sep. 4 - The writ is dropped and a four week campaign
begins. Progressive Conservative leader Ernie Eves stops by
London, but Gazette reporters are not permitted into the media
Sep. 9 - New Democratic Party leader Howard Hampton
makes a stop on campus promising tuition cuts and tax increases.
Sep. 12 - A release from the PC campaign team refers
to Liberal Party leader Dalton McGuinty as an "evil reptilian
kitten-eater from another planet."
Sep. 16 & 17 - Local candidates for London North Centre:
Rebecca Coulter (NDP), Dianne Cunningham (PC) and Deb Matthews
(Lib.) all drop by campus during Clubs Week.
Sep. 23 - The party leaders have their only debate
during the campaign.
Sep. 24 - Local candidates Coulter, Cunningham and
Matthews snipe at each other in an entertaining, angry debate
in the McKellar Room in the University Community Centre.
Sep. 30 - Eves says McGuinty has a "little sharp pointy
Oct. 2 - Liberals win significant majority. McGuinty
is now Ontario's premier. Matthews ousts incumbant Cunningham
as member of provincial Parliament for London North Centre.