City To Purchase Historic British Whig Building

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The City of Kingston announced today that it is purchasing the historic downtown landmark known as the British Whig Building as its permanent municipal administration centre in the City’s downtown core. The purchase was approved by Kingston City Council at its meeting of Feb. 15, 2011. “The City is pleased to be purchasing this recently […]

Brock Street Art Project

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Yesterday I attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Brock Street Art Project. The project consists of 4 separate sculptures, each representing a European époque in art history – Renaissance, Baroque, Art Nouveau & Contemporary. The freestanding sculptures are approximately 9 feet tall, with each unit constructed of five different pieces of variously forged iron […]

There’s a Hole

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How long has it been, one year or two? I honestly can’t remember, but it’s been a long time since I last saw construction equipment around the massive hole on the corner of Bagot and Queen. At last check this project was a $10 million, apartment building that was being developed by the local property […]