Signed with Toronto as a free agent on February 13, 2012.
2012: Released by Saskatchewan on February 10... Signed by Toronto on Feb 13...Started in twelve (12) games and dressed in 14 regular season games for Toronto…Week 1, Started at LG in and left game in first half with leg injury...Replaced by Cedric Gagne-Marcoux in a loss at Edmonton…Week 2, Did not dress, missed game due to injury in a win versus Calgary…Week 3, Added to the 46-man roster but did not dress in a loss to Hamilton…Week 4-6, Remained on the team’s 46-man roster but did not dress.. Started at RG from week 7-17...Week 18, Started at OL in a win versus Sask…2012 Playoffs Started at RG in a win against Edmonton in Eastern Semi-Final… Started at RG in a win against Montreal in Eastern Final…2012 Grey Cup Started at RG in a win against Calgary.
2011: Started 18 regular season games for the ‘Riders.
2010: Dressed in 18 regular season games at right guard…CFL Playoffs Dressed in both playoff games at right guard…Grey Cup Championship Dressed at right guard in loss to Montreal.
2009: Started 18 regular season games at right guard…CFL Playoffs Started West Final at right guard…Grey Cup Championship Started at right guard in loss to Montreal.
2008: Dressed in 15 regular season games, with five starts, at right guard…CFL Playoffs Dressed in West Semi-Final loss at guard.
2007: Signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a free agent in February…Dressed in 18 regular season games with two starts at left guard…CFL Playoffs Dressed in both playoff games…Grey Cup Championship Dressed in win vs. Winnipeg at Rogers Centre.
2006: Dressed in nine regular season games for the Blue Bombers.
2005: Dressed for one regular season game for Ottawa and released…Signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as a free agent in October…Started week 18 game.
2004: Did not play football.
2003: Selected by the Ottawa Renegades in the fifth round, 36th overall, in the CFL Canadian Draft…Did not play football.
Played four seasons at Boston College from 1999-02…Helped the BC Eagles reach a Bowl Game in all four seasons he played…2002 Named First-Team All-Big East … Started every game for the Eagles at right tackle…2001 Named First Team All-Big East…Started every game for the Eagles at right tackle…2000 Saw action in four games as a reserve on the offensive line…1999 Freshman.
Marc and his wife Leslie have a one-year old son named Riley. Marc was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec but moved to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida at 12 years old. There, he attended high school and eventually enrolled at Boston College where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Finance. He works as a realtor in Saskatchewan and has been an active member of the community. He enjoys exercising, eating and cooking.