City of Kingston

Arts in Brief: City holds culture days this weekend

This weekend, the Kingston Arts Council will be hosting Culture Days, part of a nation-wide event celebrating community culture in municipalities....Continue...

City garbage initiative aimed at students

The City of Kingston is reaching out to students in the University District to reduce street garbage.Continue...

Innovation no reason to quash Kingston Uber

Stifling innovation out of a fear of change and a refusal to adapt is no way to regulate an industry.Continue...

Students in limbo after City denies occupancy permit

On Aug. 31, The City of Kingston denied an occupancy permit to a newly constructed Princess Street apartment building—a day before the tenants’ fall semester move-in.Continue...

Report recommends city council approve three-year license for bike sharing start-up

In a report slated for May 1, 2018, Commissioner of Community Services Lanie Hurdle recommended a three-year license for bike sharing company Dropbike to operate across Kingston with a minimum of 200 bicycles.Continue...

Stepping into spring in Kingston

As the school year comes to a close, you might be looking for some great ways to spend your final days in Kingston. Maybe you’re looking for ways to ramp up your summer stay in Kingston. Either way, we have you covered.Continue...

The do's and don'ts of signing a lease

With February behind us and the end of the semester in sight, there are many items on the docket for Queen’s students – one of which is looking for houses and signing leases.Continue...

Featurette: The forgotten impact of George Masoud on Kingston

Between 1901 and 1911 was the biggest wave of immigrants in Canadian history. Among them was George Masoud.Continue...

Keeping your calendar full this February

Whether you’re the type of person who thinks of every way to avoid facing the cold or one who lives for snowy days, there are endless possibilities of activities you can do in Kingston this February.Continue...

LCBO announces Kingston as one of 14 cities to have first legal marijuana shop

By July 1, 2018, Kingston will be one of the first cities in Ontario to open a recreational marijuana dispensary.

On Nov. 3, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), which will manage...Continue...

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