May 311995
 

1995-walker-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:
On May 31, 1995, Rogers Community TV (channel 13) in London, Ontario, and Radio 98 (AM980, London, Ontario) co-hosted a one-hour televised/radio-broadcasted candidates debate for candidates in the riding of London Centre, including Freedom Party candidate Lloyd Walker, and the PC, NDP, and Liberal candidates.

[NOTE: The first 4.5 minutes of this recording contain hiss]

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May 311995
 

1995-05-xx.plant-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:
On May 31, 1995, Rogers Community TV (channel 13) in London, Ontario, and Radio 98 (AM980, London, Ontario) co-hosted a one-hour televised/radio-broadcasted candidates debate for candidates in the riding of London North, including Freedom Party candidate and leader Jack Plant, and the PC, NDP, and Liberal candidates.

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May 301995
 

1995-05-xx.malcolm-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:
On May 30, 1995, Rogers Community TV (channel 13) in London, Ontario, and Radio 98 (AM980, London, Ontario) co-hosted a one-hour televised/radio-broadcasted candidates debate for candidates in the riding of Middlesex, including Freedom Party candidate Barry Malcolm, and the PC, NDP, and Liberal candidates.

NOTE: this recording is captured from a 1 hour audio cassette (30 minutes per side). The first 20 seconds or so of the recording are of low volume/quality. Also, there is a temporary loss of audio at the 30 min: 50 sec. point at which the tape, when used to record the broadcast, was flipped over for the purposes of recording the second half-hour of the one-hour program.

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May 261995
 

1995-05-26.plant-thumbVIDEO – DESCRIPTION:
On May 26, 1995, Freedom Party of Ontario held a provincial election dinner at the Radisson hotel in London, Ontario. Freedom Party’s then-party leader, Jack Plant, gave his first speech to a Freedom Party gathering as party leader, and most of the party’s candidates took the opportunity to give a short, 2-minute speech to introduce themselves and share with attendees their stories of their experiences in the campaign. The night concluded with a short speech by the party secretary of the time, Robert Vaughan, who had been elected school trustee.
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May 261995
 

VIDEO – DESCRIPTION:

On May 26, 1995, co-anchor Al McGregor of London’s CFPL-TV did a news report about the party leaders on the campaign trail. After coverage of Liberal Leader Lynn McLeod, Progressive Conservative Leader Mike Harris, and NDP Leader Bob Rae, the report continued with coverage of Freedom Party of Ontario’s May 26, 1995 Election Dinner. The dinner was held at the Radisson Hotel on King Street in London, Ontario (now the Hilton Hotel). Continue reading »

May 241995
 

1995-05-24.media-release-thumbOn May 24, 1995, Freedom Party of Ontario notified the media that Freedom Party would be hosting its “Election ’95” dinner in London, Ontario.

 

 

 

 

 

Document Details:

Document: Media Release
Document Dated: May 24, 1995
Publisher: Freedom Party of Ontario
Author: Robert Metz
Document Type: Letter
Number of Pages: 1
Page dimensions: 8.5″ x 11″
Color/BW: Full colour

Archive format: .pdf (searchable exact); size: 7.0 MB; URL: http://www.freedomparty.on.ca/archive/documents/dinners/1995-05-26.election-95-dinner/1995-05-24.media-release.election-1995-dinner.pdf

May 081995
 

1995-05-07.mailer-thumbDESCRIPTION:
Two-page hardcopy letter from Robert Metz to members and supporters of Freedom Party of Ontario, inviting them to Freedom Party’s Ontario provincial general “Election ’95” dinner, featuring a speech by Freedom Party’s then-new leader, Jack Plant. Mailed to members and supporters via Canada Post. Enclosures include: a response form. Continue reading »