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Queen’s cleanout: the good, the bad, and the creative

What do 300 computer chairs, 500 bags of non-perishable food items, and a brand new Canada Goose jacket have in common? You might be shocked to learn they are all things thrown out last week by students departing Kingston for the summer. “The last couple of weeks it’s been crazy,”

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Have a green project? The City could help fund it

The City of Kingston is looking to help fund green energy projects and those interested are encouraged to take part in a free virtual event on May 26, 2021 to learn more about the Kingston Community Climate Action Fund (KCCAF). The events will be hosted by the manager of the

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Martha’s Table goes green through wave of community support

Martha’s Table Community Kitchen has recently announced their intention to improve and expand their service by purchasing an electric vehicle to make deliveries to recipient’s homes, and are asking the Kingston community for donations. In a video posted to their Facebook Page, the Executive Director of the Martha’s Table community

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KCCU partners with the City to help charities and non-profits reduce greenhouse gases

Kingston Community Credit Union (KCCU) is supporting projects that reduce green house gas emissions by partnering with the City of Kingston through their Kingston Community Climate Action Fund. The Kingston Community Climate Action Fund is designed to help local registered charities and non-profit organizations realize climate action projects that reduce

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