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Kingston marks National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

On December 6, 1989, 14 women were killed at École Polytechnique in Montreal by armed student, Marc Lépine. At the engineering school, the women were separated from their male colleagues by the shooter, who also injured 10 others in his “fight against feminism,” a targeted attack that shook the nation.

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Best Performance Venue in Kingston

I’m a musician and over the years I’ve worked in theatres, churches and some of the best concert venues throughout Kingston and the surrounding area. Since its opening, The Isabel Bader has been my main home, as a member of The Kingston Symphony, but I still spend a good amount

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Guide to Kingston Pride 2012

This Thursday marks the beginning of a full month of celebrations for Kingston’s LGBTQ community.  This is Kingston Pride‘s 23rd anniversary and the Pride Board of Directors has been working hard to create a month full of great ways to celebrate.  Events vary from parties to art shows, live music,

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Guide to 2011 Holiday Entertainment

So, as I’m sure you all know by now, Q is not coming to Kingston – at least not this February.  Jian announced London as the winning city on yesterday’s show, and deservedly so.  In fact, it would be easy to understand if Jian had picked any of the cities

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