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YMCA of Eastern Ontario implements vaccination policy

The YMCA of Eastern Ontario has announced they have put a new vaccination policy in place requiring all members, visitors and staff – with the exception of those who are medically exempt or not eligible – to be fully vaccinated to access their facilities and programs. The charity announced their

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Indigenous water walk protests poor water

Ten people, Indigenous and their allies, walked from Kingston to Parliament Hill with a copper pail in hand as part of an annual water walk. “Mr. Trudeau said he’d give all of our people fresh water, clean water on our territories,” said Kingston resident, Lisa Cadue, who organized the walk.

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Police seek assistance in locating missing Kingston woman

Kingston Police have released the above photo and are requesting public assistance in locating a missing local woman, Tameria MacDonald, 20. According to police, MacDonald was last seen on Monday, Jun. 28, 2021 at approximately 10 p.m. at the Kingston Centre, which is located near the intersection of Bath Road,

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Ontario SPCA and Humane Society launches Sweat for Pets to support vulnerable animals

The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society are calling on people of all age groups to join a virtual fundraiser to help vulnerable animals. The idea is to set a personal fitness challenge, hence the name Sweat for Pets, while raising funds. It is a five-week program starting running from Tuesday,

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Police remind dog owners to exercise caution while taking pets for a walk

Kingston Police have issued a reminder to individuals walking their dogs to be on the lookout for food items left on properties within the city. On Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021 police were alerted to the fact that someone was leaving hotdogs on properties in the area of Park Street. According

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OPP asks boaters to be aware of poker run this weekend

Boaters planning to be on the St. Lawrence River on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020 have been asked to take extra care, says a statement from Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) dated Thursday, Aug 27, 2020. High performance boats will be participating in an annual poker run. The route this year is

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Rally at Belle Park calls for solidarity with occupants

Approximately 200 people came out in solidarity with the homeless occupants of Belle Park at an on-site rally on the evening of Tuesday, Jul. 7, 2020. Hosted by Mutual Aid Katarokwi Kingston (MAKK), the event saw park residents and community supporters take turns speaking and playing music before a masked,

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Death in 401 pileup near Brockville compounds Kingston family’s tragedy

The death of a man in a vehicle pileup on Highway 401 near Brockville has compounded the tragedy already experienced by a Kingston family this month. The OPP continues to investigate the pileup which occurred in the westbound lanes of the 401 east of the City of Brockville on the

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Kingston Police requesting assistance in identifying fraud suspects

  Kingston Police are requesting the public’s help to identify fraud suspects that used a stolen credit card in stores and banks across Kingston and Ottawa. On Wednesday, May 15, 2019, the victim was paying for merchandise at the cash area of a west-end Shoppers Drug Mart. The victim just

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Fourth suspect in Fraser Street shooting arrested

Detectives with the Kingston Police Major Crime Unit have identified and arrested a fourth man in connection with the shots fired through windows of a Fraser Street apartment on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019. The man, one of the four masked suspects caught on security video, was arrested on Thursday, Feb.

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Third suspect arrested in connection with Fraser Street shooting incident

Kingston Police have successfully identified and arrested a third suspect involved in the Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019 shooting incident on Fraser Street. The suspect, the driver of the vehicle involved in the shooting, was identified by Kingston Police Major Crime Unit on Monday, Feb. 4. At approximately 2:35 p.m., detectives

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