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Kingston Police and Special Olympics Ontario launch online school championship

Kingston Police and Special Olympics Ontario have launched an online Virtual School Championship at their website schoolchamps.ca, which runs from Monday, Jun. 1 to Friday, Jun. 12 2020.  Student athletes aged 13 to 21 can participate by registering online, selecting from up to five different physical challenges to complete, and

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‘Catch The Ace’ jackpot nears $2500

Kingston’s fifth “Catch The Ace” draw winner was chosen on Wednesday night at The Loyal Oarsman, and the winning ticket, number 99000442014, earned its owner $242 with a draw of the 9 of diamonds in envelope number 22. The ace remains up for grabs as the draw enters its sixth

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‘Catch The Ace’ jackpot now over $2000

Kingston’s fourth “Catch The Ace” draw winner was chosen on Wednesday night at The Loyal Oarsman, and the winning ticket, number 99000418012, earned its owner $168 with a draw of the 9 of clubs in envelope number 43. The ace remains up for grabs as the draw enters its fifth

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First Kingston ‘Catch The Ace’ winner drawn

Kingston’s first “Catch The Ace” draw winner was chosen last night at The Loyal Oarsman, and the winning ticket, number 99000111002, earned its owner $546 with a draw of the 2 of clubs in envelope number 29. The ace remains up for grabs as the draw enters its second week,

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Feb Fest 2020

Feb Fest invigorates downtown Kingston every February. When the winter starts to feel long, the Downtown Kingston! BIA bolsters spirits with a month’s worth of events. This year marks 16 winters enlivened with outdoor activities in and around Springer Market Square. “As much as I am a summer person, I

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Kingston Police to hold ‘Shred-A-Thon’ fundraiser for Special Olympics

If you’ve got sensitive documents collecting dust, Kingston Police are offering a win-win opportunity for local residents. Hosted by Kingston Police in partnership with Iron Mountain and the Cataraqui Centre, the Community Shred-A-Thon allows community members to dispose of unwanted paper and/or sensitive material in a safe manner. The paper

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Law Enforcement Torch Run takes to the streets of Kingston

You may have see an large presence of law enforcement taking all modes of transportation on the streets of Kingston today, but it’s no cause for alarm — it was all in an effort to raise funds for the Special Olympics. Members of the Kingston Police and the Kingston Police

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LCVI Special Olympics athletes treated to celebratory lunch

  When it comes to celebrating diversity in the community, local business owner Jimmy Hassan is no stranger to drawing attention to how important all Kingstonians are to making this city thrive. Having emigrated from Pakistan in 2003, Hassan has since not only set up a popular Pizza Pizza location

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Local students bring home 11 medals from Special Olympics

  Several School to Community students with the Limestone District School Board earned an impressive medal haul at the recent Youth Invitational Games hosted by Special Olympics in Toronto Tuesday, May 14, 2019 to Friday, May 17, 2019. Students from Napanee District Secondary School (NDSS) earned gold in soccer and

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