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City to provide space for Kingston Indigenous Languages Nest

The City of Kingston is partnering with the Kingston Indigenous Languages Nest (KILN) to support community members rebuilding their connections to culture and learning to speak Indigenous languages, including Kanyen’kéha (Mohawk), Anishinaabemowin (Ojibway) and Nêhiyawak (Cree). “Learning our languages, through song, conversation, and land-based traditions, is an essential part of language revitalization and reclaiming our cultures,” said KILN’s Liv Rondeau.  

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Community organizations offer mobile teen drop-in for Gananoque

Youth in Gananoque will soon have a safe space to gather, thanks to a partnership between the YMCA of Eastern Ontario, the Town of Gananoque, the United Way, the Gananoque Police, and RNJ Youth Services. Following the success of the teen program in operation at the Brockville YMCA, these local

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Rideau Waterway Land Trust secures Warren property through community fundraising

During these challenging times it is difficult to find bits of good news, but the Rideau Waterway Land Trust (RWLT) has some to share. The Trust has announced the successful completion of the fundraising campaign to acquire the Warren property in Chaffey’s Lock. The campaign began in late February and

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AMHS-KFLA and Frontenac OPP partnership supports rural communities

The Frontenac Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), alongside Addiction and Mental Health Services of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (AMHS-KFLA) are relaunching a program cut short by the pandemic in March 2020. In the spring, the innovative, collaborative program saw experienced mental health staff at AMHS-KFLA partner with

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Kingston Police announce partnership with Wounded Warriors Canada

Kingston Police announced today have partnered with one of the nation’s largest charities providing mental health programs to veterans, first responders, and their families. At a press conference held at Kingston Police Headquarters, the local police proudly announced the signing of a partnership agreement with Wounded Warriors Canada (WWC). This

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OPP partners with MedicAlert to support vulnerable persons

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will now be able to identify vulnerable persons when responding to calls across the province, thanks to a new partnership with MedicAlert. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) announced the partnership to support vulnerable persons in the community on Tuesday, Jun. 18, 2019. The service, MedicAlert

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