Six Questions for Mark Bain


During the final week leading up to the 2014 Ontario Provincial Election, Kingstonist will feature interviews with all five of the candidates vying for the seat in for Kingston and the Islands.  Each candidate was presented with the same set of questions concerning key local issues, while these were created in consultation with our thoughtful […]

Six Questions for Wendy Huot


Wendy Huot is the owner/operator of The Screening Room, Kingston’s independent cinema specializing in alternative, international and classic cinema, as well as ‘special event’ film screenings. Since moving to Kingston in 2006, she has volunteered to help plan and promote countless local music/art/film/fundraising event via her participation with Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, the Apple Crisp […]

Six Questions for Matthew Church


This 26-year-old Queen’s School of Medicine student has earned a certain celebrity here in Kingston and in his hometown, Prince George, after playing three straight matches on Jeopardy! last month. Church handily won the first match with $24,000 on December 16th. On the 17th, he again finished victorious with $5,000. He played a third match […]

Six Questions for Joshua M. Ferguson


Joshua M. Ferguson was born in Brantford, Ontario in 1982. Joshua grew up in the small town of Napanee and declared their queerness at the age of 14.  Joshua experienced serious bullying, discrimination and bigotry at a young age, while Joshua has learned first-hand the devastating effects of homophobia and transphobia. Joshua has harnessed these […]

Six Questions for Mark Badham


Located on the first floor of the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering at Queen’s University, The Miller Museum is a small earth-science teaching museum.  The museum houses a collection of Earth’s rocks, minerals and fossils, including a dinosaur exhibit, and features and overview of the geological history of the Kingston area.  Through hands-on, […]

Six Questions for Gordon Robinson


Located in one of Canada’s oldest original water works – dating back to 1850 – the Pump House Steam Museum is one of only six preserved water pumping stations of its kind remaining in North America.  Original pumps are animated, allowing visitors to see exactly how they worked to deliver water to Kingstonians.  Visitors can […]