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Students should cast their vote carefully

Gerrymandering means rearranging electoral boundaries so that your team gains an advantage.Continue...

Skinhead material resurfaces

Over the past week, flyers promoting the Southern Ontario Skinheads (SOS) have been seen on and around Queen’s campus.Continue...

Mayor shows support for OMB

Kingston Mayor Mark Gerretsen is asking City Council to lobby the provincial government to expand the Ontario Municipal Board’s (OMB) recent ruling province-wide.Continue...

Survey criticized

Kingston shelter workers are criticizing the methodology of a city-run homelessness survey administered Wednesday night.Continue...

Shelter in limbo

The operators of Dawn House, a 10-bed shelter for high-risk women and children, fears the city is pushing for their closure.Continue...

City discusses upcoming Princess St. construction

It will be out with the old and in with the new infrastructure this February when the City begins phase two of the Princess St. reconstruction.Continue...

Proposed casino ignites debate

A proposal to bring a new casino to Kingston has caused some residents to raise concerns over its effects on the city.Continue...

Williamsville looks to attract students

The upper side of Princess St. may be getting a facelift if developers are quick to act on the City’s recommendations for redevelopment.Continue...

‘Town to Gown’: Campus organizers talk community relations

Queen’s students have made national news headlines following two weekends of Homecoming celebrations. The negative attention has put a strain on the relationship between students and Kingston residents—known as town-gown relations.Continue...

‘Greater police enforcement is required’: Mayor discusses use of Queen’s $350,000 payment

On Oct. 16, approximately 8,000 individuals congregated in unsanctioned Homecoming gatherings on Aberdeen Street.Continue...

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