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Flood watch issued by Cataraqui Conservation

Cataraqui Conservation has issued a flood watch for Lake Ontario and the upper St. Lawrence River due to elevated water levels. The flood watch was issued on Sunday, Apr. 12, 2020, and stated that, as higher than normal water levels persist, further increases are expected. According to the Cataraqui Region

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Water levels at LaSalle Causeway being ‘closely monitored’

  As spring continues to deliver wet weather, water levels have continued to rise, leaving many wondering how much higher the water can get before it begins to impact daily life in Kingston. On Tuesday, Jun. 4, 2019, the City of Kingston closed the portion of the waterfront trail from

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Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for Kingston and area

  Kingston, Odessa, and the Frontenac Islands are at risk of severe thunderstorms late this afternoon and in early evening, according to Environment Canada. “Thunderstorms are expected to develop over Eastern Ontario late this afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front. As of mid afternoon, extensive cloud cover continues to

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City, Utilities Kingston reminding public of services during heavy rainfall

  The public is advised to be aware of potential flood dangers and sewer overflows as Kingston continues to experience heavy rain with another 15 to 25 mm of rain forecast to fall on Kingston and area today and into Tuesday, May 14, 2019. The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA)

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Lakeside candidate creates unique dual-use signs to be used as sandbags following election

The municipal election is just a month away, and it’s time once again for election signs to pop up all around the city. While all elections signs aim to do the same thing, one local candidate’s signs will actually do two: Ashley Johnson, council candidate for the Lakeside District, has

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