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Saturday, February 24, 2024

Kingston to solicit proposals for downtown conference centre

On Tuesday night, Kingston City Council approved a motion to move forward with seeking out proposals for the building of a downtown...

Kingston’s Donna Gillespie awarded the EDCO’s highest honour in economic development

After over 15 years working in Kingston’s economic sector, Donna Gillespie, CEO of Kingston Economic Development, was...

Study by team of Queen’s researchers questions effectiveness of “eco-friendly” de-icers

With a need to deal with the ice and snow on roads and sidewalks through Canada's winters,...

Kingston filmmaker sheds light on sex trafficking in Ontario in new documentary

On February 29, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) will host the world premiere of 'Dark Highway',...

Queen’s sees record number of domestic applications

Queen's University received a nearly 10% bump in domestic applications for the 2024 fall semester, and a...

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It was half past six and the hands were quietly moving forwards.

CFRC Radio Launches New Artist Residency Program

Kingston, ON.  CFRC 101.9 FM Radio Queen’s University is announcing the launch of its inaugural Airwave YGK...

Community open to drug decriminalization in Kingston

Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Public Health have released the findings from a community consultation on the...

IAC releases recommendations for nurse working conditions at KHSC unit

Ontario Nurses Association (ONA) have released a report sharing the results of an independent assessment. An Independent Assessment Committee (IAC) was called in to investigate conditions on KGH's Connell 10...

Kingston and area pediatric services get provincial funding

The Ontario government is investing over $2.5 million into pediatric services in Belleville and Kingston and the...

Cuts warranted at Queen’s, but doomsday rhetoric is unhelpful: Consultant

Toronto based consultant firm Higher Education Strategy Associates (HESA) has spoken out over recent remarks by Queen's...

Council gets positive rating from Chamber of Commerce

The Kingston Greater Chamber of Commerce released its 4th quarter report card for Kingston City Council this...

Queen’s, St. Lawrence College respond to international student cap

Canada is limiting the number of international student permits to approximately 360,000 in 2024, saying the move...