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Marc Montgomery
Marc Montgomery
With a passion for anything antique with an engine, and for Canadian and world history, Marc comes with a wealth of media experience. After DJ work at private radio in southern Ontario, and with experience in Canadian Forces radio and tv in Europe, the state broadcaster in Austria (Radio 3), and the CBC in Ottawa and Montreal, he was the host of the immensely popular CBC and RCI show, "The Link". He is now part of the new RCI online team producing stories from and about Canada from coast to coast.

Arts, Culture, Lifestyle Column

ARTS- Peter Ricq-artist, musician, animator, videographer and graphic novelist

multi-media artist Peter Ricq, of Vancouver, B.C. Peter Ricq is busy,..boy is he busy– with music, writing, video projects, and animated cartoons His latest feat? He has just released his graphic novel called “Once Our Land”. available in either English» 

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The LINK Online Sat. July 23, 2016

your hosts this week, Carmel, Terry, Marc Government supporters wave Turkish flags during a protest in Taksim Square, in Istanbul on Monday © AP Turkey was in the world news earlier this week and now continues to be, but for two» 

Canadian headlines International

What’s the connection between Newfoundland police, and the Republicans and Donald Trump?

It’s an interesting facet of the new technological age. Police in Newfoundland and Labrador have had their twitter account overrun by messaged destined for the Republican convention and Donald Trump. You see, the official name of the police in Canada’s» 

Canadian headlines History Society

Arabic newspaper in Canada investigated for possible anti-Semitic hate crime

Police in London, Ontario are investigating a local Arabic language newspaper for possible hate crimes. In its June/July issue, the monthly paper, Al Saraha, published an article on page 4 under the headline “The Question Everyone Ignores: Why Did Hitler» 

Economy Interview Lifestyle Society

Food Day Canada- celebrating Canadian producers

Coming up on the 30th of the July, is the annual  “Food Day Canada”. This is an unofficial celebration of Canadian food, and food producers. It was begun by Anita Stewart in 2003. She is the food laureate at the» 

Animals Canadian headlines History International Science and Technology

Canadian and Argentine researchers find new dinosaur

One of the world’s leading vertebrate paleontologists, Canadian Philp Currie, has co-discovered another important dinosaur fossil. It’s a new species of theropod dinosaur related to the long snouted Megaraptor family. The University of Alberta professor and Canada Research Chair in» 

Animals Canadian headlines Economy Environment International Science and Technology

Microplastics in shellfish- new study

Microplastics are now showing up everywhere in oceans and lakes, and in aquatic creatures. Microplastics are tiny specs of plastic ranging in size from 5mm down to microscopic. They are either plastic beads used in some cosmetics or toothpastes as» 

Animals Canadian headlines Highlights International Science and Technology

Canada-US vaccine against Zika ready for human trials

Researchers in Canada and the US have developed a new type of vaccine which has had success against the zika virus in lab testing. Scientists in Quebec at the Université de Laval Infectious Disease Research Centre (IDRC) , and in» 

Canadian headlines

Windsor Ontario: Another bit of history gone.

It didn’t look like much, certainly not an architectural gem, but the Abar’s Island View Hotel, later Abars, had an important connection to an important era in history. Unfortunately, Canada does not have a strong impetus to preserve architectural significant» 

Environment International Interview Science and Technology

Your choice: Listener asks “what is the 40 year lag, and its effect on oceans”.

“What is the 40-year lag, and what is its affect on oceans?” To answer the question, we contacted Boris Worm (PhD). He is a professor of marine conservation biology at Dalhousie University in Halifax Nova Scotia and heads the Worm»