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Everything You Need to Know About Hip Day

The Tragically Hip will perform at the K-Rock Centre on August 20, 2016 beginning at 8:30 p.m. CBC will livestream the concert across Canada and the City of Kingston – with partners, Kingston Accommodation Partners and the Great Waterway – are excited to be hosting the livestream at Springer Market

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Grand Theatre Presents Announces Line-Up For 2014-2015 Season

The Grand Theatre Presents program has just announced its 7th season of programming and will present over 40 productions for the 2014-15 season. Some of the highlights from the upcoming Grand Theatre Presents season include: Royal Wood; The Vienna Boys Choir; An Intimate Evening with Jann Arden; top the performers

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City Outlines Plan to Tackle Extensive Winter Damage to Roads

Work to address the extensive winter damage to Kingston’s urban roads will begin on May 26 and will cost an estimated $3.3 million in total. “We told Kingston motorists and cyclists that we would be offering a longer-term fix to address this winter’s road damage and that’s what we are

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Grand Opening Ceremony for Artillery Park Aquatic Centre

The City of Kingston is encouraging residents to attend the Grand Opening ceremony for the Artillery Park Aquatic Centre at 382 Bagot St. at noon on Thursday, May 1. Mayor Mark Gerretsen and Councillor Rob Hutchison will cut the ribbon to officially open the doors to this completely updated facility.

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Kingston named an international Top 7 Intelligent Community

Kingston has been named as one of the top seven most intelligent communities in the world by the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) based out of New York City. “This is a tremendous recognition for Kingston,” said Mayor Mark Gerretsen. “To be selected as a Top 7 intelligent community out of

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Mayor Rules Separation Motion Out of Order

A motion from Countryside Councillor Jeff Scott and Pittsburgh Councillor Brian Reitzel that could see a ballot question in the next municipal election asking residents if they want to negotiate a municipal arrangement outside the City has been ruled out-of-order today by the Mayor. “As we saw at our budget

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Mayor Hopes to Expand Free Grade Nine Bus Pass Initiative

On Tuesday night, Kingston City Council will decide the future of Kingston Transit’s free bus pass for grade nine students, a pilot this year. Mayor Mark Gerretsen hopes to see the initiative continued for the 2013/14 school year and extended to include grade ten students, in partnership with local school

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City of Kingston Arts Fund 2013 Grant Recipients Announced

The Kingston Arts Council and the City of Kingston are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 City of Kingston Arts Fund (CKAF) Grants. The Grants were awarded in two categories, Operating Grants and Project Grants. The 2013 CKAF totalled $519,000 and was proportionally divided 70 per cent for

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Enbridge Confirms There is No Oil Pipeline Break in Kingston

Enbridge has confirmed that there has been no oil spill in the city of Kingston. Fake notices referencing an oil spill and clean-up effort, and marked with the Enbridge logo, were delivered to a number of residential mailboxes this morning. “These notices appear to be delivered by the perpetrators of

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