City of Kingston

Facing August court date, Stroud apologizes for transit disturbance

Sydenham district Councillor Peter Stroud blocked a Kingston Transit bus using his bicycle and child in June, prompting police charges and an August court date.Continue...

Life skills on the menu for Kingston's youth

Two Queen’s students are teaching children with exceptionalities essential life skills out of a President’s Choice cooking school on Princess St.Continue...

Tom Savage’s personal evolution through his musical career

Tom Savage shows just what Kingston artists are made of at the 11th annual Homegrown Live Music Festival. On May 4, local bars, art galleries, and restaurants overflowed with patrons who came out to...Continue...

Mayor hesitant to relax public drinking rules

In its 2019 budget, the Ontario government outlines provisions that could relax rules surrounding alcohol consumption. If implemented, it will be up to municipalities to decide whether alcohol can be consumed in public areas such as parks.Continue...

Kingston youth charged with terrorism granted bail

After facing charges of facilitating terrorist activity and spending two months in custody, a Kingston youth was granted bail on Wednesday.Continue...

YGK Music Pilot Project marks a step in the right direction

Kingston’s new YGK Music Pilot Project is giving musicians a step up in the recording industry.Continue...

News in Brief

Local teen faces bail hearings for terrorism charge, Ellis Hall break-in provokes Kingston Police investigationContinue...

Judge allows $20 million lawsuit against Queen’s to move forward

Last month, an Ontario Superior Court judge ruled a $20 million lawsuit brought by former medical student, Wajahat Khan, could proceed against Queen’s in civil court.Continue...

Kingston aims to keep graduating Queen’s students

The City of Kingston is asking Queen’s commerce students how to keep graduates in the city.Continue...

City Council to vote on declaring climate change emergency

At its first meeting in March, Kingston City Council will vote on a motion calling the city to declare a climate emergency.

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