Queen’s gives City of Kingston $350k to offset costs incurred in fall term

It’s no surprise to anyone in Kingston that the street parties and unruly behaviour on the part of some post-secondary students have resulted in additional costs for local services. In fact, for the month of September 2021 Kingston Police services alone incurred $124,443 solely for enforcement in the University District,

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Province extending stay-at-home orders, tightening restrictions

The current emergency declaration and stay-at-home orders will be extend by two weeks, for a total of six weeks under the restrictions, which will now continue into May 2021. The announcement was made by Premier Doug Ford at a delayed press conference on Friday, Apr. 16, 2021. No press release

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Council, Queen’s agree to step-up fines, enforcement during pandemic

After weeks of young people gathering in large crowds to socialize and party – and after a delegation from Dr. Kieran Moore, Medical Officer of Health for KFL&A Public Health, Kingston City Council voted unanimously to increase fines for high-risk behaviour during the pandemic. At their meeting on Tuesday, Sept.

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