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Freediver finds Cadillac at the bottom of Lake Ontario

While Freediving in Kingston, Kyle* heard about a private location around Lake Ontario where cars and other items were located. As he...

Student target of racist attack in downtown Kingston

On Aug. 28, Tanya Tran, PhD candidate in clinical psychology at Queen’s University, took to Twitter to share a personal encounter with...

St. Lawrence College asks students to sign COVID-19 liability waiver

St. Lawrence College students are being asked to give up certain legal rights before entering residence this year.  The...

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Trick or Treating approved by KFLA Public Health, but precautions should be taken

KFLA Public Health has announced that Trick or Treating can go ahead this year. The announcement comes as the community's status goes...

Queen’s University begins re-introducing international students to Kingston

Queen's University is among a select number of institutions that have been approved to welcome international students to Canada. This comes as...

Queen’s University WE Chapter to end ties with WE Charity

Queen's WE, which is the Queen's University Chapter of the WE Charity, has announced that they are ending their partnership with the...

The Wilderness’ new LP “Until Tomorrow” is their darkest, most introspective album yet

KINGSTON, ON – The Wilderness, a diverse indie rock sextet born in Kingston, among a group of Queen’s alumni (mostly) released their...

Shortwave Theatre Festival to broadcast six original performances starting November 1st on CFRC 101.9

CFRC 101.9 FM and the local theatre collective the Cellar Door Project are coming together to bring Kingstonians the first ever Shortwave...

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Trick or Treating approved by KFLA Public Health, but precautions should be taken

KFLA Public Health has announced that Trick or Treating can go ahead this year. The announcement comes as the community's status goes...

Queen’s University begins re-introducing international students to Kingston

Queen's University is among a select number of institutions that have been approved to welcome international students to Canada. This comes as...

Queen’s University WE Chapter to end ties with WE Charity

Queen's WE, which is the Queen's University Chapter of the WE Charity, has announced that they are ending their partnership with the...

The Wilderness’ new LP “Until Tomorrow” is their darkest, most introspective album yet

KINGSTON, ON – The Wilderness, a diverse indie rock sextet born in Kingston, among a group of Queen’s alumni (mostly) released their...

Shortwave Theatre Festival to broadcast six original performances starting November 1st on CFRC 101.9

CFRC 101.9 FM and the local theatre collective the Cellar Door Project are coming together to bring Kingstonians the first ever Shortwave...

Queen’s University Alumni Office abstains from vote to drop Sir John A. Macdonald from law school, cites tension with alumni

In a press release today, Queen's University announced that it would be removing Sir John. A Macdonald from the its law building,...

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Trick or Treating approved by KFLA Public Health, but precautions should be taken

KFLA Public Health has announced that Trick or Treating can go ahead this year. The announcement comes as the community's status goes...

Queen’s University begins re-introducing international students to Kingston

Queen's University is among a select number of institutions that have been approved to welcome international students to Canada. This comes as...

Queen’s University WE Chapter to end ties with WE Charity

Queen's WE, which is the Queen's University Chapter of the WE Charity, has announced that they are ending their partnership with the...

The Wilderness’ new LP “Until Tomorrow” is their darkest, most introspective album yet

KINGSTON, ON – The Wilderness, a diverse indie rock sextet born in Kingston, among a group of Queen’s alumni (mostly) released their...

Shortwave Theatre Festival to broadcast six original performances starting November 1st on CFRC 101.9

CFRC 101.9 FM and the local theatre collective the Cellar Door Project are coming together to bring Kingstonians the first ever Shortwave...

Queen’s University Alumni Office abstains from vote to drop Sir John A. Macdonald from law school, cites tension with alumni

In a press release today, Queen's University announced that it would be removing Sir John. A Macdonald from the its law building,...

The historic Hochelaga Inn is for sale and could be yours for $3,750,000

The historic Hochelaga Inn is up for sale, and it can be yours for $3,750,000. Built in 1879 for prominent Kingston lawyer...

Kingston and the Islands MP ‘hits nerve’ with Conservative MP over WE controversy

Kingston and the Island's MP Mark Gerretsen has spoken out over a video that accuses Liberal MP's of participating in a "cover-up"...