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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.

Arts, Culture, Lifestyle Column

New documentary film on female sexuality and “breaking free”

The Truth About Female Desire, a new documentary, presents an extremely frank look at contemporary Canadian women of all ages taking charge of their own sexual lives and freedom. Maureen Palmer is a director/producer with Bountiful Films, a documentary film» 

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The LINK Online Sat. Jan 31, 2015

Joining you today to present the show is the regular team of Wojtek, Lynn, and Marc Canada’s Defence Minister Rob Nicoholson (left) is flanked by Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and Chief of Defence Staff General Tom Lawson as they» 

Canadian headlines Highlights Science and Technology

Forget passwords, A new Canadian take on biometrics

A Canadian company has developed what could be a new way to log on to your computer, open your cell phone, and perhaps even some day start your car. We’ve all seen movies of biopmetric devices such as retinal scanners,» 

Canadian headlines Education Highlights Immigration & Refuge International Politics Society

Montreal Imam causes consternation.

Morrocan-born Hamza Chaoui’s request to open an Islamic community centre in a Montreal borough is causing alarm bells to ring. The permit to allow the opening has been delayed while city officials study the Imam’s request, especially since Chaoui has» 

Education International Interview Military Science and Technology Society

Canadian researcher discovers Roman history hiding in plain sight

The impressive Trajan’s Column  has stood for almost 2,000 years in the centre of Rome. The column at 30 metres tall, has a helical frieze of 195 metres in length winding its way up the column.  For hundreds of years» 

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Controversial wolf cull now underway in B.C

.The west coast province of British Columbia has embarked on a plan to shoot wolves in what they say is an immediate action in an effort to save the few remaining caribou of the South Selkirk herd. The South Selkirk» 

Canadian headlines Highlights History International Politics Society

Controversial monument slated for national capital

It’s called the National Monument to Victims of Communism. A large, multi-million dollar memorial to be built on prime federal land donated by the government near the Supreme Court, Justice Building and the Library and Archives buildings. Ludwik Klimkowski, is» 

Animals Environment International Interview Science and Technology

Canadian research: new orangutan discovery

A Canadian researcher was working on a project in Borneo involving the rare snow leopard, when  he stumbled across a previously unknown behaviour in orangutans. Brent Loken is a doctoral candidate at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia in the» 

Canadian headlines Highlights Politics Science and Technology Society

Canadians increasingly concerned about privacy

A new report stemming from a poll by Canada’s Privacy Commissioner has found that nine out of 10 Canadians say they are concerned about their privacy. In fact the poll show a third (34%) of Canadians now say they are» 

Canadian headlines Education History Society

Gaelic language slowly gaining ground in Canada

The 2011 Canadian census reported 7,195 speakers of “Gaelic languages” in Canada which includes not only Gaelic but Irish, Welsh and Breton as well. It is a miniscule percentage in a population close to 35 million, but about 15% of»