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Over 400 City of Kingston-paid employees named to annual ‘Sunshine List’

A dozen people employed through the City of Kingston brought home over $170,000 in salary for the 2020 year, according to the provincial government. On Friday, Mar. 19, 2021, the Government of Ontario published its annual public sector salary disclosure – the so-called Sunshine List of those public sector employees

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Kingston Police Deputy Chief Chris Scott retires

Deputy Chief Chris Scott of the Kingston Police Force is retiring from his position, Kingstonist has learned on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021. Deputy Chief Scott announced his retirement to his colleagues at Kingston Police Headquarters via email, and indicated that, while his decision may seem sudden, it’s something he’s contemplated

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Emergency responders encourage use of emergency location finding app

Local first responders are urging residents to download an app that could be essential in emergency situations where an exact location is unknown. Kingston Fire and Rescue (KFR), Kingston Central Ambulance Communications Centre, and Kingston Police are encouraging Kingston residents to use the what3words app, a free and “potentially life-saving

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Partnership aims to enhance support for at-risk youth

Since the onset of COVID-19, Kingston Police and Youth Diversion have been working together to address an obvious gap impacting youth in our community. Young people are falling through the cracks of many social service agencies due to the impact of COVID-19, leaving police as the last line of support,

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