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Netflix’s ‘Bridgerton’: A romanticized portrayal of Britain at the dawn of modernity

Robert Morrison, Queen's University, Ontario Bridgerton, Netflix’s new eight-part period drama miniseries, launched on Christmas day, has already achieved the No. 1 spot overall in...

Kingston to become the first city in Ontario to ban conversion therapy

On Tuesday, Kingston City Council voted unanimously to pursue bylaws that would prohibit conversion therapy across all age groups. This would make Kingston one...

#MeToo in 2021: Global activists continue to build on the movement against sexual violence

Danielle McNabb, Queen's University, Ontario Although the COVID-19 pandemic was the headline of 2020 globally, for many countries this past year was also characterized by...

Young workers suffer again as Canada sheds net jobs for first time since April

The job prospects for young Canadians took another turn for the worse in December, Statistics Canada data show, with young women in part-time jobs...

Students frustrated by limited COVID-19 help from universities

By: Alastair Sharp, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Andrew Kesik extended his undergraduate workload into 2021 in the hope that his parents will be able to...

Vaccine rollout picks up speed in First Nations across Canada

By: Willow Fiddler, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter he Moderna COVID-19 vaccine has begun to arrive in First Nations across the country as the pandemic’s second...

Outdoor education at universities can be a positive legacy of COVID-19

Jean-Philippe Ayotte-Beaudet, Université de Sherbrooke Universities have faced major planning challenges due to COVID-19. While there has been significant media coverage about universities offering students...

Bell Media rebrands as “Move” across ten Canadian stations

On December 27th, Bell Media announced that it would be revamping ten of its stations across Canada, including Kingston’s 98.3 FLY FM.  While the brand...