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Kingston’s west-end market moving after failed communication with City

A local farmer’s market manager is disappointed by the lack of communication she has received from the municipal government in the past three months about the upcoming season for farmer’s markets. According to Ruthie Cummings, founder and market manager of the YGK West Market (also known as the West Market

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Should beer and spirits be allowed in farmers’ markets?

In July, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce released a report, “Unleashing the Economic Potential of Ontario’s Beverage Alcohol Sector,” providing recommendations to Queen’s Park on how the government can ‘modernize the sale and distribution of beverage alcohol to responsibly promote growth across all four categories – wine, beer, spirits, and

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45 & Thrive: Mindful eating, meaningful results

  A few weeks ago, the long-anticipated revisions to Canada’s Food Guide (https://food-guide.canada.ca/en/) were released. These updates address many questions and concerns, and reflect a more modern, consumer-friendly, and considered approach to nutrition. While much of the attention has been focused on the recommendations related to food groups, I’d like

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Top five things to do in Kingston this July

As summer continues, so does the seemingly endless amount of fun and entertaining things to do all around the city. While there are awesome events that happen on a regular basis (the Music in the Park series downtown, the Music in the Gardens series in the west end, Movies in

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