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Group encourages recycling of fishing line

New fishing line recycling stations have been added around the shores of the St. Lawrence River. The Thousand Islands Association (TIA)  has been installing new fishing line recycling stations in accessible areas for anglers at a variety of local marinas, boat launches, and popular fishing spots to reduce the amount

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Update: Contractor fined – ‘Snow’ in July has some Kingston residents deeply concerned

Update (Friday, Jul. 23, 2021) According to the City of Kingston, the contractor responsible for the small bits of styrofoam littered throughout Kingston’s east end has been fined over the matter. In an email to Kingstonist, the City relayed that they are aware of reports of polystyrene, which is commonly

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Work continues to clean up styrofoam from Cataraqui River

Residents near the Cataraqui River continue to notice unwanted debris from the Third Crossing construction site along the shores of the waterway. Nevertheless, work continues along the shores to clean up the styrofoam debris left by wildlife who damaged the turbidity curtains throughout the winter. However, the City of Kingston’s

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What if Kingston…

If you take a stroll around the campus at Queen’s University, you’ll be treated to a high concentration of outdoor art installations including Iron Man, Sakkarah, Thataway Again, Bent Yellow, A Minute of My Time, Untitled, and many more.  However, when you venture outside of the Queen’s bubble, you’ll notice

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Where in Kingston – Solved!

I’m pleased to announce that Hiero has brought Kingstonist’s “Where in Kingston” question to a glorious end, by correctly identifying our pixelated representations of “Pollution”, a sculpture located in the waterfront park across from Kingston General Hospital . In case this is your first introduction to this piece of public

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