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‘Algi’ awarded Awesome Kingston September grant

Awesome Kingston’s September grant was awarded to ‘Algi,’ a project devoted to developing a sustainable and delicious vegan protein. The $1,000 micro-grant supports local projects the Awesome Kingston trustees think will help keep Kingston awesome. Algi was founded by two Queen’s University students who are frustrated by the current climate

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Your candidates for Kingston and the Islands: Dr. Waji Khan, Green Party

Dr. Waji Khan (Green Party) was born in North York, Ontario and later raised in Scarborough after his parents emigrated from Pakistan to Canada in the 1960s. He attended the University of Toronto where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1997 and began his studies in Dentistry.

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350 Kingston sounds the alarm on climate crisis during Tuesday commute

Members of 350 Kingston brought climate action to Kingston’s morning commute Tuesday, Jul. 13, 2021. The early morning campaign took place at the corner of Lower University and King Street from 7:30 to 8 a.m.  “It’s the start of something that we are going to be doing for quite a

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Meet the city’s Working Group on Climate Action

As part of its response to the city’s declaration of a climate emergency, Kingston City Council created a ‘Working Group on Climate Action.’ The working group, formed in a motion by Councillors Lisa Osanic and Robert Kiley, is co-chaired by Councillor Bridget Doherty and Dan Hendry of the Limestone District

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Kingstonians take to the streets as part of international climate strike

Kingstonians take to the streets as part of international climate strike Anywhere from 300 to 800 people gathered in the streets of Kingston throughout the day, joining those in over 95 countries internationally taking part in the global ‘Climate Strike’ on Friday, Mar. 15, 2019. Here in Kingston, the rally

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