City installs cameras at Sir John A. Macdonald statue

It’s been doused in red paint, egged countless times, the target of tomatoes, and threatened to be toppled, but now something else is taking aim at the statue of Sir John A. in City Park. As of Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, the City of Kingston has installed CCTV cameras aimed

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City of Kingston announces staffing reductions due to COVID-19 pandemic

Approximately 55 full-time City of Kingston employees will be impacted by a “shortage of work” beginning Tuesday, May 19, 2020, according to a press release from the City. The City said this temporary shortage of work is due to the extended closures and reduction of non-essential City services brought about

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City to close Ontario Street to create ‘vibrant space’

Traffic in the downtown core will look a little different this weekend, as the City of Kingston launches a temporary project to create a public space on Ontario Street. ‘Ontario Street: A Vibrant Spaces Project’ will close down a section of Ontario Street for two weekends this summer, making the

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