Epilepsy awareness

Work study students and volunteers enjoyed the Purple Pancake breakfast on March 14.

Breaking out the purple pancakes, pilates and apparel for epilepsy awareness

Events – You may be noticing more and more purple around the city lately and that makes Claire Notman and Susan Harrison from the...

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Ceremonial puck drop

Noal McCallan and his sister Pip, along with their parents, Craig and Tara, make the ceremonial puck drop between the Generals' Josh Brown and the Frontenacs' Roland McKeown.

Celebrating World Down Syndrome Day with the Fronts

The Kingston Frontenacs played their final home regulation game of the season against the Oshawa Generals on Friday night at the Rogers...

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Ontario Electricity Support Program

MPP for Kingston and the Islands Sophie Kiwala was joined by Angela Kimmett, General Manager for the Kingston Family YMCA to announce the new Ontario Electricity Support Program on March 27.

New Ontario Electricity Support Program announced at YMCA

News – Electricity costs have been making headlines recently and as costs continue to rise, so do anxiety levels of consumers. For some...

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Patricia O'Callaghan performs at the Grand Theatre on March 28

Weekend Roundup

Weekend Roundup

Five fun things to see and do in Kingston this weekend 1. Maple Madness continues – March 27-29 daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m....

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Kingston Police

Thirty-seven charges laid during Kingston Police stop sign blitz

Thirty-seven charges laid during Kingston Police stop sign blitz

Officers from the CORE (Community Oriented Response and Enforcement) Unit, including the Traffic Division, conducted a one day Stop Sign...

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Norman Rogers Airport

Passenger travel down, but airport builds case for $16M expansion

Passenger travel down, but airport builds case for $16M expansion

News – Kingston’s airport continues to lose ground to cheaper and more convenient transportation options, despite ongoing efforts to...

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Train station relocation conceptual design

Station Relocation: City studies plan to move heritage train station

Station Relocation: City studies plan to move heritage train station

News – An unusual proposal to move an abandoned 19th century train station from Kingston’s north end to a downtown park is moving full...

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Kingston and the Islands Green Party candidate Nathan Townend.

Green Party candidate looks to “take the pulse of the community” to prepare for upcoming election

Green Party candidate looks to “take the pulse of the community” to prepare for upcoming election

For Kingston and the Islands federal Green Party candidate Nathan Townend, his job is first and foremost about listening to constituents...

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News From Beyond Kingston Region

Ontario

Woman's death in Brampton called suspicious

Peel Region police investigating suspicious death of woman in Brampton

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Canada

Lights out Saturday for Earth Hour

Canadians from coast to coast mark annual Earth Hour by turning out lights

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Canada

3 dead in fire in aboriginal community

Three people in their 20s found dead in fire in Alberta aboriginal community

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World

Painstaking search continues after NYC blast, but hope dims

Painstaking search for missing 2 continues after NYC blast, but hope of their survival is dim

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Canada

NS students disciplined for online content

Dalhousie students kicked out of residence over content posted on social media

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World

Feds indict 1 after noose put on Ole Miss integration statue

Mississippi fell short by deferring to feds in case of noose on Ole Miss statue, Meredith says

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Time to prioritize: Councillors gather on Queen’s campus to set strategic goals

Editorial – Councillors are going back to school to talk about the city’s future. They will trade...

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