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Kingston Symphony creates digital performance for Remembrance Day

To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII, and in honour of Remembrance Day, the Kingston Symphony has once again come together, digitally, to perform a brand new piece called Tracing Colville by award-winning Canadian composer and Kingston resident, Dean Burry. Commissioned by the Kingston Symphony to perform

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Intimate ceremony marks 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain

Members and veterans of the Royal Canadian Air Force marked the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain on Sunday, September 20, 2020, in Kingston’s City Park. “Today, we honour the sacrifices of those brave Canadians and allies who risked their lives 80 years ago,” Chief Warrant Officer Andy Sargent,

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Here in Kingston at City Park

  Here in Kingston at City Park, residents have a place to picnic in the spring, summer, and fall. A splash pad for kids of all ages to cool off in during the hottest days of the summer. A rink to skate on during the cold winter days, and baseball

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B-25 Bomber ‘Maid in the Shade’ lands in Kingston for the week

It’s striking from the moment you lay eyes on it, but what is even more incredible than the B-25 Bomber itself is the history it brings with it as it touches down on the tarmac at Kingston’s Norman Roger’s Airport. The Flying Legends of Victory Tour has brought the B-25

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1st Canadian Division marks 75th anniversary of Operation HUSKY

In the early morning hours of Tuesday, Jul. 10, 2018, 1st Canadian Division raised the divisional flag of the Kingston Garrison, commemorating the beginning of Operation HUSKY 75 years ago during the Second World War. At the same time, over 7,000 km away, five members from 1st Canadian Division started

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