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Kingston Frontenacs to host first home game since February 2020

The following is a message from the Kingston Frontenacs Hockey Club outlining exhibition game ticket availability, as well as COVID-19 policy and protocols: The Kingston Frontenacs are preparing to host a home game at the Leon’s Centre for the first time since February 21st, 2020. On Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021,

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Paul McFarland leaves Frontenacs for Seattle Kraken

In what can only be described as shocking, Kingston Frontenacs General Manager and Head Coach Paul McFarland has left the team to join Head Coach Dave Hakstol’s coaching staff with the NHL expansion franchise, the Seattle Kraken. McFarland joins Jay Leach as one of two Assistant Coaches with the new

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Kingston Frontenacs collecting toys for KHSC pediatric patients

The Kingston Frontenacs have partnered with the University Hospitals Kingston Foundation to create a toy drive in support of Pediatrics and the Child Life Program at Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC). Every year, the Kingston Frontenacs junior Ontario Hockey League (OHL) ice hockey team hosts a Teddy Bear Toss game.

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Behind the scenes at Kingston’s COVID-19 assessment centre

On Saturday, Sep. 26, 2020, Kingston’s Community COVID-19 Assessment Centre (AC) opened at its new location at the Beechgrove Complex, near King St. and Portsmouth Ave. The facility is more dynamic than the former Leon’s Centre and Memorial Centre locations, with more indoor waiting space, and separate lines for symptomatic

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KHSC releases updated COVID-19 testing guidelines, new centre opens Saturday

The Ontario government has tightened the criteria for people seeking COVID-19 tests, as long lineups at assessment centres have been observed across the province. As elementary, secondary and post-secondary schools have reopened, and fall weather sets in, the demand for COVID-19 tests has surged in many parts of Ontario. On

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Public Health Board shares COVID-19 test lineup concerns

Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington (KFL&A) Public Health’s board is bringing their concerns about long lines at Kingston’s COVID-19 assessment centre to the province. The board devised to draft a letter to Public Health Ontario and Ontario Health during their meeting on Wednesday, Sep. 23, 2020, focused on supporting the

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UPDATE: COVID-19 assessment centre moving to Beechgrove

On Saturday, Sept 26, 2020, Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) will relocate the Community COVID-19 Assessment Centre to the Beechgrove Complex in Kingston.  The Beechgrove Complex lies just south of the King Street West/Portsmouth Avenue intersection.  According to KHSC, signage will direct people through the Complex to the Recreation Centre

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COVID-19 Assessment Centre opens on Queen’s University Campus

A new satellite COVID-19 Assessment Centre at Queen’s University is opening this week as part of the University’s ongoing efforts to prevent a COVID-19 outbreak in Kingston. The Assessment Centre is located adjacent to Student Wellness Services in Mitchell Hall. Operated by Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC), the facility has

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COVID-19 Assessment Centre moving to Leon’s Centre

Kingston’s COVID-19 Assessment Centre will move to the Leon’s Centre on Monday, June 29. The Assessment Centre will continue operate at its current location at the Memorial Centre June 25 to 27, and be closed Sunday, June 28 to prepare for the move. The decision to move from the Kingston

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Organizers, Kingston Police address concerns about upcoming protest

Concerns have been mounting over the ‘Justice for George Floyd & All Police Racism Victims protest set to occur on Saturday, Jun. 6, 2020 in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. The primary concern many have voiced about the event is that the organizers invited Kingston Police to formally attend, and

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Gushue wins 2020 Brier

It was a dominant victory for Brad Gushue Sunday night at the Leon’s Centre, as his Newfoundland rink beat Alberta’s Brendan Bottcher 7-3 to claim the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier. The win marks Gushue’s third Brier title in just four years, after the Newfoundland skip won the event back in

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Dunstone rink looks to secure playoff spot

For Team Saskatchewan’s Matt Dunstone, the 2020 Tim Horton’s Brier has gotten off to a fairly strong start. After dropping their opening game to Team Wildcard, the Dunstone foursome has bounced back to win their last three consecutive games. On the morning of Monday, Mar. 2, 2020, Dunstone’s rink beat

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