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How Bayridge Secondary School made a socially distanced graduation more personal

Every Bayridge Secondary student to enter the doors of the school since 2012 has participated in the ceremony of touching a polished wooden tiger paw on their first day of Grade 9 and touching the paw once more, on their way across the stage of their Grade 12 graduation, to

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New Poet Laureate’s works ‘immensely influenced’ by Kingston

As Kingston celebrates the new year, the City and its residents are also celebrating a new Poet Laureate, whose first public event coincided with the Mayor’s New Year’s Levee. On Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, the City of Kingston announced the appointment of local author and poet, Jason Heroux, as the

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Does how you act impact who you are? Absolutely, says filmmaker

Tom Cruise rescued a family from a burning boat. Ryan Gosling stopped a woman from being run over in New York City. Benedict Cumberbatch rescued a man who was being mugged. And Kate Winslet carried a woman out of a burning building. Coincidence? Well, filmmaker Albert Nerenberg of Elevator Films

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Royal Wood on jazz, Jesus, and his new EP

Royal Wood released his eighth full-length studio album this year, Ever After The Farewell, and his third EP, Love Will Linger. The Toronto-based singer-songwriter, who was born in Lakefield, ON, has been a mainstay on CBC Music for years now, has received two Juno nominations, and toured extensively across Canada,

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Get to know your 2018 to 2022 council: Mayor Bryan Paterson

  Editor’s note: With the new Kingston City Council beginning its term of office on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, we thought it would be a great time to catch up with the new and newly-re-elected members of council so that we could share a bit more about the 13 people

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Get to know your 2018 to 2022 council: Councillor Gary Oosterhof

  Editor’s note: With the new Kingston City Council beginning its term of office on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, we thought it would be a great time to catch up with the new and newly-re-elected members of council so that we could share a bit more about the 13 people

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Get to know your 2018 to 2022 council: Councillor Simon Chapelle

  Editor’s note: With the new Kingston City Council beginning its term of office on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, we thought it would be a great time to catch up with the new and newly-re-elected members of council so that we could share a bit more about the 13 people

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Get to know your 2018 to 2022 council: Councillor Rob Hutchison

  Editor’s note: With the new Kingston City Council beginning its term of office on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, we thought it would be a great time to catch up with the new and newly-re-elected members of council so that we could share a bit more about the 13 people

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Kingston WritersFest presents Charles Frazier in Conversation

Twenty years after he released the best-selling historical novel Cold Mountain, writer Charles Frazier released Varina earlier this year – and it couldn’t come at a more perfect time. Admittedly, Frazier had no desire to return to the Civil War in his writing. He was actually working on other projects

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Get to know your 2018 to 2022 council: Councillor Lisa Osanic

  Editor’s note: With the new Kingston City Council beginning its term of office on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, we thought it would be a great time to catch up with the new and newly-re-elected members of council so that we could share a bit more about the 13 people

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Get to know your 2018 to 2022 council: Councillor Wayne Hill

Editor’s note: With the new Kingston City Council beginning its term of office on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, we thought it would be a great time to catch up with the new and newly-re-elected members of council so that we could share a bit more about the 13 people who’ll

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Get to know your 2018 to 2022 council: Councillor Robert Kiley

Editor’s note: With the new Kingston City Council beginning its term of office on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, we thought it would be a great time to catch up with the new and newly-re-elected members of council so that we could share a bit more about the 13 people who’ll

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