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Update: Located – Search for missing three-year-old continues in South Frontenac

UPDATE (Wednesday, Mar. 31, 2021): On the afternoon of Wednesday, Mar. 31, 2021, three-year-old Jude Leyton was located safely by the search and rescue team being overseen by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). Original article: The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are continuing their search for missing three-year-old Jude Leyton in

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Police probe hate crime at Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

Kingston Police police say a potential hate crime has been perpetrated against the Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre at 144-146 Barrie St on Queen’s University campus. Between Monday, Jun. 29 and Tuesday, Jun. 30, police say five flags hanging on the property were purposely cut in an act of vandalism.

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Kingston Police investigating premature opening allegations against local nail salons

Kingston Police say they have received information that one or more local nail salons may have been operating prior to the Government of Ontario’s Stage 2 reopening date of June 12, 2020. “Doing so would be an offence for business owners or operatorsof these establishments under the provincial Emergency Management

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Police, mayor address anti-police graffiti ahead of Black Lives Matter vigil

Over the past week, the situation in the United States has reached a fever pitch, resulting in rallies and peaceful protests across America and around the world. The rallies began after the death of George Floyd, a black man from Minneapolis, Minnesota who died of asphyxiation, according to an independent

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Local first responders pay tribute to those lost in NS shootings

To pay tribute to fallen Nova Scotia RCMP Constable Heidi Stevenson and all those lost in the mass shooting on April 18 and 19, 2020, local first responders held a moment of silence outside the Kingston RCMP detachment. “Our thoughts are with Nova Scotians as they mourn the devastating tragedy

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Wet’suwet’en solidarity demonstrations take place in Kingston

Demonstrators set up a blockade at the CN overpass at Gardiners Road on the morning of Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020. The blockade was one of several demonstrations organized to take place throughout Kingston in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en and the Tyendinaga Mohawks, however, all other activities were cancelled later in the

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