City of Kingston

The weekend in two words: just fine

I first heard about Homecoming and the car flipping incident that led to its cancellation in 2010, when I was in second year and returning from two semesters abroad at the Castle.Continue...

A lane of their own

As cycling becomes a hot button issue, the City of Kingston says it’s on the right track to becoming a bike-friendly municipality.Continue...

Inside story

May 7, 1999 was an unusual day for Monty Bourke.

Bourke, the Warden at Kingston Penitentiary (KP) at the time, was notified early that morning of a line hanging over the prison’s wall.Continue...

Downtown’s natural evolution

Downtown Kingston’s tight knit community may contribute to a common myth which suggests that businesses have a high turnover rate. But according to owners, this may not necessarily be true as business turnover downtown is just a microcosm of the situation in larger retail areas.Continue...

When stalking hits close to home

Kingston has one of the highest rates for stalking in Canada, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s an unsafe city, according to Kingston Police.Continue...

A prison of the past

Within the span of 86 years, seven prisoners met their grisly fate just steps from campus.Continue...

Hundreds gather at Kingston train tracks to protest Trans Mountain pipeline

Hundreds of protesters gathered at the train tracks outside of Kingston’s VIA Rail station on Sunday to protest the Trans Mountain natural gas pipeline that is set to run through Wet’suwet’...Continue...

Busing away from boredom

Kingston’s cold weather may have tricked you into believing that there’s nothing to do over the next couple of months except stay inside and binge-watch Netflix.Continue...

A tour guide’s timeline of the city Queen’s calls home

Whether you’re just starting at Queen’s or you’ve lived in Kingston for years, there’s probably lots of interesting history about this city that you’ve never learned.Continue...

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