Kingston

10 things to do in Kingston this fall

Autumn is, without a doubt, one of the best times to be in Kingston. Once October hits, sweater weather sets in, everything is pumpkin-spice flavoured and campus looks gorgeous.Continue...

A guide to ordering take-out in Kingston

It may only be Week 3 but odds are you’re already getting sick of cooking for yourself or waiting in the never-ending lines at the caf. But did you know Kingston actually has one of the highest restaurant-per-capita rates of any city in Canada?Continue...

Take Back the Night in photos

Take Back the Night is an event and non-profit organization committed to ending sexual, relationship and domestic violence internationally. Hundreds of events are held in over 30 countries annually – this Thursday, Kingstonians gathered at Confederation Basin to support the organization.Continue...

Free things around Kingston this month

While we now have to deal with night lectures, readings and longer lines at Starbucks, there’s one major benefit to the start of the school year: clubs around Kingston are offering free trial classes during the month of September.Continue...

Yoga with cats

Yoga is one of the few physical activities I really enjoy doing, probably because no one is yelling at me to kick or throw a ball with any degree of accuracy.Continue...

Three of Kingston's best coffee shops

With three post-secondary schools and a combined total of over 30,000 students, the city hosts a lot of people who need a lot of coffee. But which coffee shop serves the best cup of joe? Where is the best place to study? And which is the one you take a date to eat out at? I decided to investigate.Continue...

Vancouver-based rideshare start-up looks to break into Ontario, Quebec markets

While most ride-sharing ventures focus on short-distance trips, one start-up has come to Kingston to change the nature of the business.Continue...

Queen’s student avoids sexual assault charge, convicted of common assault

On August 25, Queen’s student Chance Macdonald was sentenced to two years’ probation along with 88 days of intermittent jail time on weekends for assaulting a 16-year old victim 22 months ago.Continue...

Queen’s grad supporting female programmers in Kingston

When Queen’s graduate Melissa Mangos attended the Canadian Celebration of Women in Computing conference in January 2016, she noticed a lack of initiatives available for female computer programmers in Kingston. To remedy the lack of female involvement, Sudo was born four months later.Continue...

Annual Kingston Pride Parade sees remarkable turnout

Nearly 1,000 Kingston residents marched down Princess Street in support of the local LGBTQ community on June 17 for the city’s 28th annual Pride Parade.Continue...

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