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Kingston Pride mandates vaccines for in-person events

On the same day St. Lawrence College and Queen’s University made similar announcements, Kingston Pride’s Board of Directors decided to require COVID-19 vaccination to maximize safety for attendees. The board released a statement that said they have made the “difficult but necessary decision that all attendees of in-person, COVID-screened events

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Family activity options shrinking in Kingston

The recent announcement that Kingston’s longstanding Playtrium on Days Road would be closing its doors for good as of August 31 has brought back fond memories for many, but also a prevailing sense of worry that families of young children are rapidly losing options in town. “After several decades of

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Algonquin Negotiation Representative election process begins

Ballots are being mailed out today for the election of Algonquin Negotiation Representative (ANR) in three communities in Ontario. The ANRs include the Chief and Council of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation and one representative from each of the nine other Algonquin communities. Six candidates have been acclaimed by

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Kingston welcomes diversity, equity and inclusion manager

The City of Kingston is welcoming a new Manager of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) after initially approving the position in February. Muhammad Ahsan will join the city of Kingston working alongside a number of departments to help promote an inclusive and diverse workplace.  Ahsan says one of the most

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