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Kingston Transit ready to welcome high school students this September

Kingston Transit is looking forward to welcoming high school students to transit as they head back to class this September. Students in grades nine to 12 who attend public, separate, and private schools or are receiving a home-based education in the City can ride Kingston Transit for free for the

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Music comedy duo offer mentorship to high school students pursuing the arts

High school students considering a future in the arts are being offered a unique mentorship opportunity by internationally-acclaimed music and comedy duo, Bridge & Wolak. Oftentimes when a musically gifted student is thinking about pursuing higher education, they tend to be steered away from pursuing their art in favour of

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Indie the intervention dog training to comfort Kingston high school students

Through the doors of the BMO entrance at the Cataraqui Centre stands a group of masked humans, each holding leashes attached to puppies in various stages of their service dog training.  Ability Dogs Canada, the organization training these pups, have brought the dogs to the mall in search of a

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Fatal collision on Bayridge Drive

Update (Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020 at 4:45 p.m.): On the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, the Limestone District School Board (LDSB), with permission of the family, released the identity of the youth who died in this collision. Scott Legg, 16, a student at Frontenac Secondary School, succumbed to the

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Letter: ‘Breaking the cycle of poverty through education’

The following is a letter to the editor received by Kingstonist on Monday, Mar. 9, 2020. Pathways to Education celebrates 10 years serving Kingston’s youth 2020 marks ten years of an organization that is quietly impacting hundreds of youth in the city. Pathways to Education Kingston started after a study

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