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Top Five Things to See and Do in April 2018

Paddling Film Festival, April 5: The Reel Paddling Film Festival returns to Kingston. This international festival tours to over 120 venues all over the world, screening the world’s best paddling films of the year. The festival, which features films about whitewater rafting, sea kayaking, canoeing, SUP, and action and lifestyle,

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Naming The Third Crossing

Well, it’s been nearly 5 decades in the making, but after countless studies and debates, Kingston is finally getting its third crossing. On February 21st, Mayor Bryan Paterson, MPP Sophie Kiwala and MP Mark Gerretsen announced that all three levels of government are on board to make contributions to fund

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Guide to the 2018 Kingston Canadian Film Festival

It’s time for the 18th annual Kingston Canadian Film Festival! As always, this fantastic festival, which runs from Thursday, March 1st-Sunday, March 4th, features a variety of excellent Canadian films of all genres. The festival also includes special events such as a Children’s Animation Workshop, a live performance by Lowest

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Top Five Things to See and Do in February 2018

We may be in the throes of the winter chill but there is plenty to keep us going throughout the month of February. If you’re a fan of the frost, FebFest and Froid’Art are for you. For those looking to warm up with some great entertainment or a yummy bite

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What Should Kingston’s New School Be Named?

This past fall, construction began on Kingston’s newest high school, located on the former Queen Elizabeth Collegiate & Vocational Institute (QEVCI) property on Kirkpatrick Street. The 171,000 square-foot facility will accommodate 1,340 students, (240 intermediate students and 1,000 secondary students) and includes the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program, and intermediate and

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