Providence Manor resident’s conflicting COVID-19 test results being investigated

A resident of Providence Manor who previously tested positive for COVID-19 has subsequently tested negative. Nevertheless, Providence Care administration says it isn’t taking any chances and that all enhanced precautionary measures are still being taken. Providence Care initially received notification that a resident on Sydenham 4 at Providence Manor tested

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Potential amalgamation of Kingston and area health units sparks concern

  The Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington (KFL&A) Public Health unit may soon be absorbed into a larger public health entity as part of the provincial government’s plan to reduce the number of public health units from 35 to 10 and cut public health spending by $200 million by

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Climate strike at Confederation Park calls for action on climate change

  Despite the overcast weather, the crowd came out to Confederation park Friday afternoon, May 03, 2019 to urge politicians and their fellow citizens to take action on climate change. The lineup of speakers and guests included local politicians, councillors, professors, activists, faith leaders, artists, and health officials. Councillor Rob

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