City of Kingston

The stories behind the structure: Hochelaga Inn

The Hochelaga Inn is one of the most recognizable buildings on Sydenham Street.Continue...

Student drinking culture sparks counter initiative by former professor

“I live in the combat zone,” Geoffrey Smith, Queen’s professor emeritus, noted on Wednesday morning while walking around his block at Barrie and William Streets.Continue...

New multi-purpose building added to University District

Construction is underway on a multi-purpose development on the corner of University Avenue and William Street, planned and approved by the City last year.Continue...

What's in a Gael?

Many people think of Queen’s students as just a bunch of kids from Toronto.

But when it comes to the Gaels varsity teams, there’s more diversity than some would think, though they do...Continue...

Teaching tasteful Tasing is vital

Increasing the number of Tasers in Kingston Police Force’s stock is fundamentally a good decision, but only if it’s coupled with thorough training.Continue...

Apathy group targets students

City Council is considering investing in a $50,000 project to engage young voters for the upcoming Kingston municipal elections.Continue...

Province receives petition

Plans to close Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute (KCVI) have received backlash in the form of a petition launched last Friday.Continue...

John Gerretsen announces retirement

After 40 years of service, Kingston Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) John Gerretsen has announced his forthcoming retirement.Continue...

Residence plans resisted

The University’s plans for two new residence buildings on campus could face setbacks after public input on the project showed to be overwhelmingly negative.Continue...

Local lockout repercussions

Fallout from the NHL lockout has trickled its way into smaller cities.Continue...

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