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Nonprofit doula service and information centre to open in Kingston

    The Doula Support Foundation will be opening in Kingston this fall to provide pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum services and education. Doula Support Foundation (DFS) will be accessible to low-income families, but their services will be available to all community members, regardless of socioeconomic status. DSF will offer three

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Kingston welcomes Nanny Angel Network

Every day, hundreds of thousands of people are treated for cancer around the world, and here in Kingston, a new service is about to become available for those mothers undergoing cancer treatment. Thanks to a large investment from Homestead Land Holdings, the Nanny Angel Network is coming to Kingston in

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When needed, support for youths is only a text away

Perhaps unsurprisingly, research done by Kids Help Phone has found that 42 per cent of young people would rather write than speak about their problems. In fact, their research found that 71 per cent of young people prefer non-verbal forms of communication, such as texting. This is precisely why Kids

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Leo’s Corner: The little animal charity making a big difference

‘Tis the season of giving, but for one animal lover and friend to the animals, giving is a year-round endeavour. Andrea Levangie established Leo’s Corner in 2010 as a means of raising money for animal-based charities or organizations. Leo’s Corner is affectionately named after her beloved Rottweiler Leo she had

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Support local, independent journalism – Support Kingstonist

Kingstonist is a 100 per cent locally- and independently-owned news source, dedicated to keeping Kingston informed. With your support, we can continue to grow, expand our coverage, and continue delivering fair, balanced, and important news coverage in our community. Check out the links below for ways you can support Kingstonist

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Why we do what we do

As I’m sure you’ve noticed, a lot has changed at Kingstonist.com in the past six months. While many of the things Kingstonist was built on remain – interviews with local musicians, reviews of new restaurants, and editorial content focused on the issues that affect us all – the daily content

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