Queen's Homecoming

Homecoming Weekend Football

Homecoming Weekend Football

The Queen's University Gaels had a strong performance in their Homecoming Weekend game against the York University Lions. The Gaels beat the...

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Central Park

Ten family-friendly things to do in Manhattan

Ten family-friendly things to do in Manhattan

The city that never sleeps. The concrete jungle. Pretty enticing nicknames for young partygoers or adventure seekers looking to get their...

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Lynda Prescod and Robert Jones of Passionate Artisans.

New local artisan store opens in Kingston

New local artisan store opens in Kingston

News - There’s a new kind of store in town, which aims to delight customers and local artisans alike. Opening Nov. 1 at 28 Bath Road,...

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12-year-old Jessica Wedden has been a crowd favourite at the last two Sharbot Lake & District Lions Club Seniors Nights.

Sharbot Lake Lions keep up 38-year tradition with Seniors Night

Sharbot Lake Lions keep up 38-year tradition with Seniors Night

Gazette News — It’s a little past 7 p.m. on a Wednesday. The second of three school buses pulls up to the front door at Land O’Lakes...

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Canadian author Michael Crummey will appear at the Nov. 5 Kingston WritersFest event Tall Tales from the East Coast.

Award winning author Michael Crummey returns to Kingston to tell some “tall tales”

Award winning author Michael Crummey returns to Kingston to tell some “tall tales”

Events - Michael Crummey may be well known for his novels and poetry set in his home province of Newfoundland, but the best-selling author...

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Hundreds of people lined the Montreal Street overpass of Hwy 401 on Friday afternoon to pay their respects as the hearse carrying Cpl. Nathan Cirillo passed by

Never Again (Lest We Forget)

Never Again (Lest We Forget)

I wrote this editorial prior to the recent murder of Canadian soldiers in St. Jean Sur Richelieu and Ottawa. Following those incidents, I...

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Eloise Ormsbee, 2, is all smiles as she digs into her roasted butternut squash and quinoa salad.

Cook off reminds us all that “food matters”

Cook off reminds us all that “food matters”

News - The Food Policy Council for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington marked its first year in operation with a feast. That’s...

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Peter Van Huffel

Renowned saxophonist Peter Van Huffel returns to Kingston to perform

Renowned saxophonist Peter Van Huffel returns to Kingston to perform

Native Kingstonian and renowned Saxophonist, Peter Van Huffel, will perform in Kingston Oct. 30 th at the Mansion. Van Huffel, who now...

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News From Beyond Kingston Region

Canada

Omnibus bill limits refugee social assistance

Omnibus budget bill restricts refugee access to social assistance

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Canada

Honour guard restored at National War Memorial

Conservative MP criticizes military's decision on uniforms, war memorial

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Canada

Anti-terror laws on books not being used

As feds plan new anti-terror laws, some ask why current ones aren't being used

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Canada

Ottawa gunman hit several times before dying

Ottawa gunman hit by several volleys from security forces before fatal shot

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Events In Kingston Region

Giveaway Day

Sat Oct 25 | 12:00 AM

Piano recital

Sat Oct 25 | 2:00 PM

David Myles

Sat Oct 25 | 7:30 PM

Upcoming Events

Sun Oct 26 | 2:30 PM

Mozart & Beethoven

Wed Oct 29 | 9:00 AM

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