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Juice WRLD’s Posthumous Album Drops, Spotify Crashes

Juice WRDL's new album Legends Never Die has just dropped on Spotify. The Singer's Posthumus album comes seven months after after his passing. His...

Smith School of Business Grapples with Instagram Reckoning

A student at Queen’s University is leading an effort to confront systemic discrimination at the Smith School of Business. Fourth year Commerce student Kelly...

Journalistic Standards

YGK news will abide by Journalistic Ethic guidelines as published by the Canadian Association of Journalists  PREAMBLE This document – along with the accompanying “Principles...

Lifesaving Society calls for supervised pools to be reopened amid drowning concerns

Many municipalities are too slow to or not opening pools where lifeguards are working Due to Covid-19 Pandemic, Kingston’s recreational pools have remained closed since...

Kingston over peak of outbreak, but cautions against complacency, says Dr. Moore

In an update, Dr. Kieran Moore reports that Kingston has passed the peak of its outbreak, with some patients having fully recovered. To...

5 positive Covid-19 cases being monitored this weekend

This brings new total to 21 KFL&A Public Health has confirmed that 5 additional Covid-19 cases in Kingston. This brings the total number of...

Local business targeted with racial remarks when enforcing Kingston mask policy

The Kingston Coffee House faced backlash when asking a customer to wear a mask After Vid, owner of the Kingston Coffee House, found out...

5 Things to do on Canada Day in Kingston

Canada is turning 153 years old on July 1st. While we're living in uncertain times, there's still lots to do in Kingston that will ensure that you have fun and stay safe on Canada Day. We suggest that you do outdoor activities, but remember to bring your mask if you do indoor activities.