Kingston

City should reprioritize snow removal

Foot traffic must be accounted for in local snow removal efforts this year.Continue...

Students should cast their vote carefully

Gerrymandering means rearranging electoral boundaries so that your team gains an advantage.Continue...

Queen’s has failed sexual assault survivors

Queen’s administration should be condemned for lacking an official policy for handling sexual assaults on campus.Continue...

Canadian climate neglected

Climate change was a hot topic in September, with politicians and celebrities alike focusing on issues of sustainability and global protests highlighting a need for action.Continue...

Writer’s Festival brings over 60 renowned authors to Kingston

Canadian authors from all literary genres came together from Sept. 24-28 to host over 50 events for the sixth annual Kingston’s Reader and Writer’s Festival.Continue...

Skinhead material resurfaces

Over the past week, flyers promoting the Southern Ontario Skinheads (SOS) have been seen on and around Queen’s campus.Continue...

Kingston's Multicultural Festival showcases art from a diverse range of cultures

Kingston held its fifth annual Multicultural Arts Festival (KMAF) at Confederation Park on Sunday, a refreshing event abundant with food, music and community booths of all kinds.Continue...

City Council approves noise bylaw exemption

The University’s application for a temporary noise bylaw exemption for Richardson Stadium and West Campus turf fields passed unanimously at City Council Tuesday evening, albeit with a few conditions.Continue...

Best of Kingston 2013-14

Nearly 100 people responded to the annual Best of Kingston survey, giving you a wide array of Kingston’s finest. Here are the results of our 2013-14 call for the best of the Limestone City.Continue...

Restaurant takeover

It’s hard to ignore your cravings in downtown Kingston.Continue...

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