Contracts manager Bob Clark says the plan for the barges is to respond to marine pollution incidents, including oil recovery. Continue reading
First Media Job: Radio Sports, CFMK/CFFX, Kingston, 1983
First TV Job: Sports Anchor, CKWS-TV, 1983
Originally From: Windsor, Ontario
Favourite CKWS Moment: Covering the Olympic Torch Run in 1988 and meeting Gordie Howe
Favourite Blooper: Being wiped off a chroma-key set by mistake but still being able to hear my voice.
About the Station: It’s a great place to continue to learn and teach.
About Kingston: There are great people, great sporting people and it’s a caring community.
Favourite Ways to Unwind: reading and watching sports
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The annual “Shop with a Cop” event took place at the Cataraqui Centre in Kingston on Monday. Continue reading →
While many in Kingston are hoping the S.S. Keewatin will steam into town, a group on the other side of the province where the ship currently resides is hoping that isn’t the case. Continue reading →
Kingston police are investigating what caused a vehicle to crash into a building early Friday morning. Continue reading →
Almost two years of rehabilitation work is getting close to wrapping up at Fort Wellington National Historic Site in Prescott. Continue reading →
“This is much to do about nothing,” said Brockville Mayor Jason Baker. Continue reading →
“We know this pandemic won’t last forever, but we do know that we need to get people through this piece of time till next spring.” Continue reading →
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, a live performance helped raise the curtain on the two-month long event. Continue reading →
Expert pumpkin carver Diane Irwin has been invited into local schools to pass along her knowledge but not this year. Continue reading →
Canadian Forces Base Kingston has opened its newest building, that some who work there are calling ‘fantastic.’ Continue reading →
Covid causes Kingston Remembrance Day civic ceremony to go on-line. Continue reading →
According to Ian Semple, the manager of transportation services, the traffic-calming program is now under review. Continue reading →
One Queen’s University prof said Sir John A. Macdonald’s name doesn’t belong on ‘a law school of the 21st century’ that aims to be welcoming for all students. Continue reading →
A group of about 15 formed up at McBurney Park just past 11:30 a.m., making its way to Kingston City Hall. Continue reading →
Alumni Weekend at Queen’s University in Kingston goes virtual. Continue reading →