After a weekend which saw roughly 8,000 people partying in the university district, the City of Kingston braces for a second round of street parties.
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After years of therapy, Mandolynne Knott transitions into an artist, and shares experiences of child sexual abuse through her lyrics. Knott says she aims to raise awareness.
Former Kingston Mayor, Mark Gerretsen says Queen’s University needs to be more strict with those who take part in hosting large gatherings on campus.
Kingston Police warn current and former students from attending or organizing large gatherings throughout Queen’s University’s homecoming long weekend. Fines are up to $10,000
St. Lawrence College (SLC) is offering a new nursing degree program. The college’s president says it’s important for Kingston, Cornwall and Brockville to have qualified nurses.
OPP along with family members and political dignitaries dedicated three bridges along Highway 401 after three Trenton police officers who died in the line of duty.
KHSC teamed up with Street Health to provide ultrasound services for vulnerable populations. Their goal is to make this service accessible, and stigma-free.
With COVID-19 cases remaining low and vaccinations rates continuing to climb, a Kingston infectious disease specialists says Thanksgiving does not have to be an isolated affair.
The Ministry of Transportation says the ferries should be passing by Kingston on their way to the Picton Terminals this week, where they will stay until next year.
As the deadline looms for final proof of first-dose vaccinations, Kingston Health Sciences threatens permanent unpaid leave for those who continue to shirk its vaccine policy.
Kingston’s Seniors Centre held a ceremony ahead of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation which included dancing, singing and the local Indigenous community in attendance.
There is a real issue with a lack of support for unhoused people with specific health needs, says the City of Kingston’s director of Housing and Social Services.
Starting Wednesday, several Kingston businesses will be asking for ID and proof of COVID-19 vaccines upon entry to their establishments. Some worry about how customers will react.
St. Lawrence College says it is committing to reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples in Canada, and is renaming the Indigenous centre on campus.
The City of Kingston increased fines for those who host large gatherings, but Kingston police say despite these efforts, the gatherings continue.