September 18, 2003  
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Alliance loses marriage motion but vote fractures the Liberals

A motion by the Canadian Alliance to preserve the traditional definition of marriage as that between a man and a woman was narrowly defeated by a vote of 137-132 in Parliament this Tuesday.

Women take night back, men not invited

London's women are set to reclaim the streets tonight as part of an effort to eliminate violence and affirm the independence of women.

Candidates' campus campaigning continues

As students passed to and fro during Clubs Week, London North Centre New Democratic Party candidate Rebecca Coulter and Liberal candidate Deb Matthews each made a campaign stop at Western.

Equality under the law when it comes to hate

Thrust and Perry

The federal Parliament returned this week to find a storm brewing. As close to an election as we are now, the issues contested on the Hill in the weeks and months to come may well determine the outcome of the next election.

OSAP service hit by virus, blackout

As if the power outage last month wasn't annoying enough, some universities across Ontario have found that it may be the cause for a delay in delivering Ontario Student Assistance Program loans.

Tobacco ad ban: fascist or fun?

With the federal government's tobacco sponsorship ban coming into effect Oct. 1, the Canadian Grand Prix's existence is jeopardized - in turn, Jacques Villeneuve's home town losing streak may finally end by default.

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> The Rhodes to Oxford
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