Frulact celebrates $22.5 million expansion in Kingston

Multinational company Frulact, who set up shop in Kingston with their fruit processing and preparation production factory in 2017, continues to grow. On Friday, Aug. 27, 2021, Frulact Canada brought its employees, local partners and representatives, and members of the community together to celebrate the expansion of the facility here

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Frulact expansion means more jobs for Kingstonians

Frulact, a fruit processing plant located in Cataraqui Estates Business Park in Kingston’s west end, is expanding and looking to hire more Kingstonians to support their growing industry. Despite the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the global company has continued to increase their production in response to new acquisitions.

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Kingston Youth Services Hub aiming to solve youth homelessness

Last year, City Council approved Princess Street United Church’s conversion into a new youth centre, Kingston Youth Services Hub, to cater to the needs of at-risk homeless youth in the community.  The leading organization for the project, Home Base Housing (HBH), responsible for planning and managing the youth hub, is

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