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ArtsVest wrap up

Community partners gathered to celebrate the results of the artsVest program in Kingston (l-r) Nonna Aroutiounian, Dana Ayrapetyan, Claire Hefferon, Barbara Bell, Susan Shaw, Rob Wood, Patty Petkovich and Brett Christopher.

ArtsVest wraps up a successful first year in Kingston

News –Partnerships in a community are important, perhaps especially those between cultural organizations and businesses; artsVest...

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The 9 most influential Canadian films

The 9 most influential Canadian films

The 9 most influential Canadian films

    1. In the Labyrinth The multi-screen production by the National Film Board was a hit at Expo 67 in Montreal and...

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Maps and vehicles re stunt driving

Erratic motorist charged with stunt driving

Erratic motorist charged with stunt driving

A 56-year-old Kingston man has been charged with Stunt Driving and had both his driver’s licence and vehicle seized for seven days after he...

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Area where male who exposed himself was seen

Kingston man exposes himself to children

Kingston man exposes himself to children

Three young female students in Kingston’s west end witnessed a male suspect exposing himself as they were walking to school in the morning....

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Drug seizure

Kingston Police arrest three in large crystal meth seizure

Kingston Police arrest three in large crystal meth seizure

Within the course of one week members of the Kingston Police Drug Unit have made two significant arrests and seizures concerning the...

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Butterfly Release

Community members taking part in last year's Hospice Kingston and BFO butterfly release.

Weekend Roundup

Five fun things to see and do in Kingston this weekend 1. Monster Spectacular – May 29, 7:30 p.m. Come out and enjoy an evening...

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From left, Dr. Janet Dancey, Emma MacLean and Mathieu Crupi were all part of the ‘Let’s Talk Cancer’ symposium that took place at Queen’s on May 15. Photo/Mandy Marciniak

Students talk cancer at inspiring symposium

Students talk cancer at inspiring symposium

News – Cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada today and while research has come a long way in the past 50 years, there is still...

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Cycling for climate change

Kevin McNeill and Jean Nelson stopped in Kingston on May 28 on their way to Ottawa.

Eighty-year-old grandma cycles across Ontario for climate change

News – At the age of 80, Jean Nelson still loves cycling. She also loves her children, grandchildren and the environment. But she doesn’t...

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News From Beyond Kingston Region

Canada

New Citizenship Act goes into effect

Controversial law that allows revocation of Canadian citizenship goes into effect

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Hockey

Liberals say Montreal stadium talk premature

Liberals say talk of provincial stake in a Montreal stadium project is premature

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Ontario

Court upholds endangered species rule change

Court upholds changes to Ontario endangered species rules

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Ontario

Muslim school has to play mixed gender teams

Muslim school which objected to girls on boys soccer team told to abide by rules

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Ontario

Ontario slams Ottawa's CPP proposal

Ontario slams Ottawa's CPP proposal as 'playing politics' with retirement

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Events In Kingston Region

Egypt, Gift of the Nile

Fri May 29 | 10:00 AM

Monster Spectacular

Fri May 29 | 7:30 PM

Kingston Public Market

Sat May 30 | 6:00 AM

Upcoming Events

Sun May 31 | 9:00 AM

Memorial Centre Farmers'...

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