Pocket Buddies

Students in the Humanitarian Club at Madeleine-de-Roybon Ecole Elementaire Publique show off some of the ‘Pocket Buddies’ they have made.

Kingston project aims to bring comfort and happiness to orphaned children abroad

News – Children helping other children – that is the focus of the Humanitarian Club at Madeleine-de-Roybon Ecole Elementaire...

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Talkin' Back

Artist Leah Decter, was the fourth in Métis curator Erin Sutherland’s series “Talkin' Back to Johnny Mac.”

“Talkin Back to Johnny Mac” performance draws rapt audience

People walking through Queen’s University and City Park on April 18 saw a series of unusual sights. A woman sitting motionless in an...

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Celebrating retirement by giving back

Longtime CRCA employee Karla Maki-Esdon celebrated with cake when she retired, but she wanted her party to be about more than her.

Celebrating retirement by giving back

Events – When Karla Maki-Esdon retired from her job at the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) after more than three decades,...

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One Earth, One Chance

Students in the Environmental Club at BSS and Environmental Leadership student were sitting on top of the world during this year’s One Earth One Chance Summit.

Taking advantage of their ‘one chance’

News – We only have one earth and one chance to treat it right – that was the takeaway message from the fifth annual environmental summit...

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Reunion gallery

Nurse Jo-Ann Koster in the Hotel Dieu gallery with the St. Joseph’s class of ’65 training uniform and the quilt that was made by classmate Noreen Tretick for thr group’s 40th reunion 10 years ago.

Sisterhood of Hotel Dieu nurses gathers for special reunion celebrating many milestones

News - These days, young people aspiring to become nurses attend college or university for their education, but for a good part of the 20...

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From left Bianca Chelu, Matthew Hunt and Christian Milanovic star in 'Silver Dagger’ at the Domino Theatre

Weekend Roundup

Weekend Roundup

Five fun things to see and do in Kingston this weekend 1. Kingston Youth Arts Showcase – April 24, 7 to 9 p.m. Celebrate the...

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Border guards strip searched busload of U.S. students, documents show

The Thousand Islands Bridge is a welcome sight for Canadians returning home, but the crossing was a 'horror story' for 48 American college students on Dec. 31, 2011. The 48 were strip searched after a small amount of drugs was found on the bus, a search which may have contravened the Charter rights of passengers.

Border guards strip searched busload of U.S. students: documents

A busload of American college and university students was strip searched by Canadian border guards three years ago in an incident that...

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Bike Drive

Bikes collected will be sent to Africa, South America or Central America where they will be given new life.

Giving new life to forgotten bikes

Owning a bike is something a lot of us take for granted, but for people in Africa, South America and Central America a bike can make a huge...

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News From Beyond Kingston Region


Boy, 3, dies after fall from 17th floor

Three-year-old boy in grave condition after falling from 17th floor apartment



"Prudent approach" to Wi-Fi rejected

Motion for Alta government to take "prudent approach" to school Wi-Fi defeated



Aftershocks terrify survivors of quake that killed 2,500

As rescuers dig, aftershocks terrify survivors of Nepal earthquake that killed more than 2,500



Killings prompt warning for homeless

Police advising caution for homeless after 2 men killed in downtown Winnipeg


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Events In Kingston Region

Blood Donor Clinic

Wed Apr 29 | 1:00 PM

LEGO My Library

Wed Apr 29 | 6:00 PM

Silver Dagger

Thu Apr 30 | 8:00 PM

Introduction to Hiking

Sat May 2 | 9:15 AM

Upcoming Events

Sat May 2 | 10:00 AM

A Show of Hands Skills Sharing...

Sat May 2 | 6:00 PM

Community Foundation for...

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