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.

The LINK Online Sept. 21-23, 2018

Your hosts, Levon, Carmel, Marie-Claude, Marc (Video of show at bottom) What to do with so-called “foreign fighters” with ISIS, now returning to Canada They were called “foreign fighters”, individuals who left their countries to travel to the Middle East» 

International, Politics, Society

Canada hosting world’s top military sniper competition

For elite members of the world’s military, this is kind of like the Olympics of sniper skills. Starting today and running until September 28, the Canadian Army’s Infantry School will host the 20th Annual Canadian International Sniper Concentration (CISC). The» 

Internet, Science and Technology

Dinosaurs, sea monsters, and ancient insects

The University of British Columbia now has a rare ancient sea monster to amaze visitors to its Pacific Museum of the Earth. The 13 metre long creature lived in what was known as the Western Interior Seaway, a giant sea» 

Environment, International, Internet, Science and Technology, Society

Permafrost thaw: more CO2 than previously thought?

It is well-known that CO2 is one of the so-called “greenhouse gas” and a significant contributor to global warming and subsequent climate change. University of Alberta researchers have found that in the western Canadian Arctic more CO2 may be released» 

Economy, International, Society

Switching to a “green” vehicle? Canadians lukewarm

A new survey by the Angus Reid Institute of Canadians attitudes towards so-called green vehicles shows divided opinions. .After more than five years of incentive programmes in three of Canada’s most populous provinces to help fund purchases of electric or» 


Mystery clipboards seek personal information:

Campus security warnings We live in an age when trying to keep personal information private is very difficult. At the same time there are so many scams, and hacking, and incidents of identity theft. A new and mysterious occurrence is» 

Health, Politics, Society

Canada’s air force: We need pilots, technicians

A recent internal report by the Department of Defence stated the Royal Canadian Air Force was in need of about 275 more pilots, along with a need for more navigators, onboard sensor operators, mechanics, and other specialists. This comes in» 

Economy, Environment, Politics, Society

How to mitigate the effects of flood damage from climate change

Report says “keep the wetlands”. In recent years, the news has been full of stories of bigger and more violent storms, and massive rainfall and flooding. So-called “100 year events” are now occurring sometimes only a few years apart. Faced» 

Immigration & Refugees, Politics, Society

Illegal migrant numbers into Canada increase in August

(public commenting welcome-scroll to bottom to submit or read. Comments will be posted after moderating) The latest figures show the numbers of migrants crossing illegally into Canada has risen slightly in August. New figures released show the Royal Canadian Mounted» 

Health, Internet, Science and Technology

Household disinfectants and childhood obesity

New study shows a possible link The commercials say over and over, protect your family from bacteria and use our disinfectants and eliminate all those nasty bacteria. Parents of course want to protect their children from all harm or danger,»