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40 KHSC employees remain on unpaid indefinite leave

Over six weeks after 136 Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) employees were placed on unpaid leave after refusing to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, just under 30 per cent of those employees remain on unpaid leave. Over 50 of the employees initially placed on leave on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021

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Mobile Pap Party clinics provide cervical screening for those without family doctor

National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week is October 24-30, and to help encourage cervical cancer screening members of the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario (CCSEO), in partnership with Queen’s University Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology program, are hitting the road for the annual Pap Party pop-up cervical cancer screening clinics. “For

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KHSC healthcare workers less than 75 per cent compliant with COVID-19 immunization policy

In late July, Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC), the governing body overseeing two of the largest hospitals in Kingston, announced plans for instituting a “COVID-19 immunization policy.” Those plans allowed healthcare workers at KHSC hospitals and sites to opt for one of three options by no later than Friday, Jul.

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City to end parking along road in City Park

Drivers who currently use the unpaved ‘ring road’ within City Park will have to find a new place to leave their vehicles after Friday, Nov. 15, 2019, when the city plans to shut down the road for parking. In a report being presented to Council on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019,

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HonkMobile now available for accessible on-street parking, Cancer Centre patient parking

The City of Kingston is expanding the coverage of the HonkMobile app to offer a new way to pay for accessible, on-street parking. The popular app used to pay for parking spaces in the City will now also allow users to search, pay for, and top-up their parking from their

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