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Dr. Moore to employers: Confirm COVID-19 cases with Public Health

Kingston’s Medical Officer of Health has a message for employers in the region after Tim Hortons issued a confirmation in error that one of their employees had COVID-19.  “If an employer ever has an employee inform them of a positive test, please confirm it with us before any communication goes

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How easy is it to find an Airbnb address?

With the upcoming by-law to license short-term stays, there’s been a lot of chatter about the topic online. Recently, the city even released a statement addressing some of the speculation about address-finding and explaining some of the rational behind the choice of a contract with a data-finding company. With both

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City addresses speculation about short-term rental data

The City of Kingston, which is currently in the process of creating a by-law to license and regulate short-term rentals, is responding to speculation and questions circulating about some of the data collection being proposed. The potential by-law is being addressed on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020 at the Administrative Policies

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City of Kingston pulls plug on PulsePoint app

The City Of Kingston has pulled the proverbial plug on its use of the popular PulsePoint app, disabling nearly all of the types of incidents the app reports to citizens. The PulsePoint app’s launch in Kingston was highly touted and widely publicized in 2015, with organizations such as Kingston Fire

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Local startup connects research studies with participants

Meet two Queen’s grads on a mission to shake up the medical industry and grow Kingston’s reputation as a medical research powerhouse: Brooke Resendes and Luc Pelletier’s startup Research Stream helps hospitals and research institutions find people for research studies. Research Stream is a web platform that makes signing up

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