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Ontario declares second provincial emergency – what you need to know

TORONTO - Effective Thursday, January 14, 2021at 12:01 a.m., the Government of Ontario is issuing a stay-at-home order, reverting restrictions to what has not...

Enabling better aging: The 4 things seniors need, and the 4 things that need to change

Don Drummond, Queen's University, Ontario and Duncan Sinclair, Queen's University, Ontario Canada’s population is rapidly aging, but is it aging well? In our November 2020...

Child-care advocacy group pushes feds for equitable, well-funded national system

Sonia Poliquin, a single mother and hairdresser in Ottawa, says she hasn’t been able to find child care for her nine-year-old son since the...

Biggest shopping day of the year moves online due to lockdown

Throngs of shoppers lining up outside every retailer in town at the crack of dawn, beaming cheek to cheek despite the cold Prairie weather,...

Multiple house parties linked to COVID-19 positive Cases in University District

At least 2 recent Covid-19 cases have been linked to multiple house parties over the last week, Kingston Public Health has reported, The parties...

Canada’s new climate plan: Q&A about Bill C-12

By: Warren Mabee, Queen's University, Ontario On Nov. 19, Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson unveiled what was billed as a “Net-Zero Emissions Plan.” What we got...

Solitary confinement by any other name is still torture

By: Linda Mussell, Queen's University, Ontario and Marsha Rampersaud, Queen's University, Ontario In October 2020, criminologists Anthony Doob and Jane Sprott released a report on...

Kingston Public Library prepares for student influx

YGK News spoke to Kimberly Sutherland-Mills, Manager of Programming and Outreach at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL), about branch operations and what students...