City of Kingston

City of Kingston launches Mayor’s Innovation Challenge

Post-secondary students in Kingston now have the chance to implement their own project during a four-month paid internship with the city through the Mayor’s Innovation Challenge.Continue...

Bonding with your roommate

We all know adjusting to university life can be hard. It’s more than likely this is your first time living away from your parents, going to lectures with hundreds of students, sharing a bathroom with an entire floor and, yes, having a roommate.Continue...

Your End of Summer Bucket List

With the clock ticking down to when we’re forced to walk like zombies to 8:30 classes, make sure to fully embrace the rest of your summer and the freedom of the days we have left.Continue...

Rowing coach wins local Citizenship Award

During Canada’s sesquicentennial, former Queen’s rowing coach John Armitage stood outside City Hall as one of Kingston’s five outstanding citizens for 2017.Continue...

University District draft report released

In the wake of the AMS’ inaugural University District Summit in February, a first draft report detailing the findings, identified problems and proposed solutions was released on March 31.Continue...

University District Summit highlights future development challenges

In a new initiative by AMS Municipal Affairs Commissioner (MAC) Francis Campbell, this Saturday’s University District Summit brought together students, permanent residents, University staff and landlords to discuss the most pressing development and integration issues in Kingston.Continue...

The stories behind the structure: McIntosh Castle

One house, or rather, castle, located on Sydenham Street just a few blocks from campus is more famously known as McIntosh Castle.Continue...

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...

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