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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.

Education Health Highlights International Interview Science and Technology Society

Canada now has its own International Longevity Centre.

In terms of its population, Canada is ageing. There are now more people in this country who over the age of 65, than there are under the age of 15. Now Canada joins the ranks of some 17 other nations» 

Canadian headlines Education Highlights Lifestyle Society

Student “dress code” kerfuffle in Canada

“We’re trying to teach them how to be ready for life” Suanne Stein Day, of the Lester B. Pearson School Board,  With the warm weather, students are dressing to show more skin at high-schools and that’s coming into conflict with expected» 

Canadian headlines Health Highlights

No “red eye” in photos? Could be disease!

Take a look at your photos, often with a flash, there will be red spots in the eyes.  Many think that’s a bad photo.. .actually, that’s good. What it means is the eye is healthy. If you see a white» 

Canadian headlines Highlights Press revue Society

Canada language tensions- east and west

Quebec French- English, and British Coiumbia English-Chinese In the mainly French-speaking province of Quebec, yet another language complaint against use of English has cropped up. This time involving a small free bi-weekly newspaper in western Quebec. The municipality of Pontiac» 

Arts and Entertainment Canadian headlines Highlights International Press revue

Quebec foreign correspondent accused of “embellishing” stories

A very well-known and previously well respected Quebec-based reporter is dealing with some strong allegations against him Francois Bugingo who was born in Congo, was known as a daring foreign correspondent and as a freelancer often reported in several Quebec» 

Health International Interview Science and Technology

Reversing blindness and stroke: new Canadian research

New research has led to a major advance in the eventual treatment for blindness and for repairing brain damage from stroke. Using stem cells and a newly invented biogel delivery medium, the researchers have shown greatly improved results in restoring» 

International Interview Science and Technology

Shedding new light on old stars

First time observation changes understanding of stars Scientists have witnessed for the first time a phenomenon in deep space, long suspected but never witnessed, and in doing so have discovered something surprising. Two scientists from Canada’s University of British Columbia» 

Canadian headlines Economy Society

Police “safe zones” for online selling

Police are proposing that online sales could take place in police parking lots for added security. Selling online used to be a great way to buy and sell virtually anything and everything. Recently however, there have been several cases of» 

Canadian headlines Economy Environment Highlights

Earlier wildfire forecast on the mark

Predictions earlier this year for another destructive forest fire season seem to be coming true. Last year, records were set in terms of both the number and amount of forest burned across Canada and this year the season has started» 

Animals Economy Environment Highlights International Interview Science and Technology Society

Shark,ray study shows overfishing is depleting stocks

Reported catching of sharks , rays and related species have declined by as much as 20 percent since peak shark landings in 2003. Researchers at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, wanted to examine the hypothesis that the reduction was»