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RCI Canada

The Link is an hour-long daily radio show aimed at connecting people to Canada and Canada to the world. Plug in to our show to get the pulse on what’s happening in Canada today.

The Link is an hour-long daily radio show aimed at connecting people to Canada and Canada to the world. Plug in to our show to get the pulse on what’s happening in Canada today.
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Location:

Montreal, QC

Networks:

RCI Canada

Description:

The Link is an hour-long daily radio show aimed at connecting people to Canada and Canada to the world. Plug in to our show to get the pulse on what’s happening in Canada today.

Language:

English


Episodes

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8/13/2018
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Terry Haig speaks with Richard Griffin.

Duration:00:17:49

EN_Interview__4

8/10/2018
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Prof. Janice Lawrence says there are cyanobacteria which emit toxins that can affect the skin, others the liver or nervous system. (Kristen Hawkes)

Duration:00:07:42

EN_Interview__1

8/10/2018
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A neighbour describes waking up to gunshots nearby.

Duration:00:01:40

EN_Interview__1

8/9/2018
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Prof.Kimberly Monk says there are many threats to underwater shipwrecks and other heritage sites.

Duration:00:04:49

EN_Interview__2

8/8/2018
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Carmel Kilkenny speaks with Carole Baile of real estate firm Royal Lepage about the company's recent survey on Boomer plans for the future.

Duration:00:07:19

EN_Interview__1

8/8/2018
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Prof Katherine Richardson says rising average temperature could trigger an irreversible chain reaction causing temperatures to rise to 4-5 C above pre-industrial levels.

Duration:00:09:30

EN_Interview__1

8/7/2018
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Jessica Albert says the audience for audiobooks has been growing steadily in Canada.

Duration:00:04:36

EN_Interview__2

8/7/2018
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Carmel Kilkenny speaks with Fairbnb.ca spokesperson Thorben Wieditz about the new rules in the works for Airbnb and other home-sharing rental platforms.

Duration:00:12:21

EN_Interview__1

8/6/2018
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Prof. Satchin Panda says links several chronic diseases with people’s failure to align their habits with their natural body clocks.

Duration:00:05:17

EN_Interview__1

8/3/2018
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Prof. Anthony Klotz says there are short-term negative effects of ingratiating oneself to the boss.

Duration:00:04:44

EN_Interview__2

8/2/2018
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Carmel Kilkenny speaks with economist David MacDonald about the benefits of an inheritance tax on large estates.

Duration:00:06:09

EN_Interview__1

8/2/2018
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Prof. Kathleen Lahey says civil society must add to government efforts to get more women to the top of Canadian corporations.

Duration:00:07:01

EN_Interview__1

8/1/2018
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Paula Donovan says the UN should leave dealing with the issue of sexual exploitation and abuse to a neutral third party.

Duration:00:06:14

EN_Clip__2

8/1/2018
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Tashauna Reid from the press conference for TIFF announcing the Canadian line-up for the upcoming festival.

Duration:00:02:51

EN_Interview__1

7/31/2018
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Daniel Bader says Canada and intelligence partners are concerned that Huawei could pose security risks.

Duration:00:05:59

EN_Interview__1

7/30/2018
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Nathalie Gauthier says good preparation is critical to having a safe hiking experience.

Duration:00:05:26

EN_Interview__1

7/27/2018
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Michèle Hayeur Smith says early Indigenous people in Canada’s Arctic knew how to spin yarn well before Vikings arrived.

Duration:00:05:08

EN_Clip__4

7/27/2018
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Toronto Mayor John Tory said he plans to fight the proposed plan to cut the number of city councillors by almost half.

Duration:00:00:28

EN_Clip__3

7/27/2018
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Ontario Premier Doug Ford announces that his government plans to introduce legislation as early as Monday to reduce the number of city council seats in Toronto from 47 to 25 before the Oct. 22 municipal election.

Duration:00:04:53

EN_Interview__1

7/26/2018
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Wendy Cukier details Canadian gun law and argues it should be toughened.

Duration:00:08:53