Queen’s and Kingston support survivors of human trafficking

Kingston and its community partners unveiled a new protocol to address human trafficking in Kingston and surrounding areas on March 7 at City Hall.
January 24, 2023

Kingstonians march for women’s rights

Women from diverse paths walked together on Sunday to make noise in support of women’s rights.
January 17, 2023

Encampment residents near ICH Kingston face impending eviction

The City of Kingston is evicting an encampment of unhoused people next to the Integrated Care Hub (ICH) on March 21.
November 4, 2022

Kingston protestors push for Canadian sanctions against Iranian regime

Outside City Hall, demonstrators linked arms in solidarity with anti-government Iranian protestors on Oct. 29.
Oren Nimelman, candidate for city council in the Portsmouth District, said Queen’s is being apathetic towards the student vote. 
Rami Maassarani, Sci ’12 and MASc ’15, council candidate for the District of Sydenham, will focus on affordability, sustainability, and working together as a community if elected.
The mayoral candidates for Kingston’s municipal election were given a chance to share their platform and goals with students on Wednesday.
Tina Fraser says she knows how it feels to be ignored by the people in charge.
Kingston mayoral candidate Ivan Stoiljkovic is committed to ending homelessness in Kingston.
Incumbent Mayor of Kingston Bryan Paterson is hoping for a third term.
A few years ago, Skyler McArthur-O’Blenes, ArtSci ’20, was a government minister at Queen’s Model Parliament. Now he’s running to be the Mayor of Kingston in 2022.
Paul Charbonneau hopes to build on his previous experiences if elected as Sydenham District Councillor in the Kingston municipal election.
Conny Glenn will focus on housing and rebuilding the City’s relationship with Queen’s if elected.
Peter Stroud is the incumbent for Kingston’s Sydenham District Councillor election. His platform rests on the same pillars he promoted back when he was first elected in 2014.
All Canadian post-secondary students—even those from outside of Kingston—can cast their ballot in the upcoming October Ontario municipal elections.
Kingston Police are hosting a recruiting event for The Kingston Police Community Volunteers (KPCV) at their headquarters on Sept. 17. 
Kingston Pride had a “normal” Pride festival this June after facing COVID-19 restrictions for the past two years.
The City of Kingston is looking to provide community support and funding for Indigenous events and initiatives on and beyond National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21.
Following the introduction of new safety guidelines in outdoor spaces to reduce the risk of COVID-19, Mayor Bryan Paterson urged students to follow safety precautions and maintain a limited social bubble.
KFL&A Public Health confirmed two new cases of COVID-19 in women in their twenties on Tuesday.  
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