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Queen’s University sees sharp rise in COVID-19 cases this week

This week, Queen’s University reported a sharp rise in new COVID-19 cases. The Queen’s case tracker is currently reporting ten off-campus cases, up from...

Napanee industrial plant temporarily closes after outbreak declared

Mitech, a local machinery and metal fabrication shop in Napanee, temporarily closed on Friday due to a COVID-19 outbreak among its employees. At least...

Crime spike followed CERB cuts, OPP Staff Sgt. says

By: Dave Dale, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The rash of thefts and break-ins that hit the Corbeil area came after tighter requirements for federal COVID-19...

Ontario delays March break for schools amid COVID variant concerns

By: Morgan Sharp, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Students in Ontario schools will have their March break delayed by a month, the provincial government said Thursday,...

Tim Horton’s parent company credits federal wage subsidy to keeping business afloat despite sinking sales

In a shareholder call on Thursday, Tim Hortons parent company RBI announced that sales plunged 12.9% in its fourth quarter, with comparable sales decreasing...

A dangerous path: Why expanding access to medical assistance in dying keeps us up at night

Heidi L. Janz, University of Alberta and Leonie Herx, Queen's University, Ontario When a government starts making laws based on the premise that some lives...

Royal Military College Commandant Announces Retirement

In an emotional letter, Royal Military College Commandant Sébastien Bouchard has announced his retirement after 33 years of serving with the Canadian Armed Forces....

Queen’s University cancels two-weekend, in person homecoming after backlash; to now be entirely virtual

Queen’s University has announced that it will be cancelling its in person homecoming after having “difficult discussions” with its community partners. The university previously...