Kingston entrepreneur promotes inclusion through sign language training

Leah Riddell, the owner of Signable Vi5ion, is a certified sign language instructor who promotes inclusion, communication, and sign language training in the workplace.  Unlike other ASL training services, SignAble Vi5ion is less a learning platform and more a community built on inclusivity. SignAble Vi5ion seeks to teach everyone ways

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Virtual citizenship ceremony held at Immigrant Services Kingston and Area

One of Kingston’s first virtual citizenship ceremonies was held Wednesday Aug. 12, 2020 for the Al Khalaf family, whom arrived as Syrian refugees on February 26, 2016. Prior to March of this year, group citizenship ceremonies were held in Ottawa, and participants were issued their certificates in person. Due to

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New Canadians welcomed at citizenship ceremony at Queen’s University

Nearly six dozen new Canadians were sworn at the Isabel Bader Centre in an enhanced citizenship ceremony co-hosted by Queen’s University and the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC) on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020. The ceremony, which took about an hour, saw 65 candidates from 24 countries affirm their oath of

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