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OPP lay more than 6,000 charges over Thanksgiving weekend

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Operation Impact campaign ran for four days over the Thanksgiving weekend, conducting enforcement on highways and roads across Ontario. Operation Impact is a national campaign led by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and supports Canada’s Road Safety Strategy. Across the province, OPP responded

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What’s open and closed in Kingston for Thanksgiving 2021

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Ah, Thanksgiving! It’s a time when the leaves on the trees reflect the colours of a brilliant campfire, family and friends gather, safely, of course, to eat all of their favourite holiday foods, and someone ends up fighting with someone else about football or politics. Thanksgiving tends

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Operation Impact sees OPP lay over 1400 charges across eastern Ontario

The Operation Impact campaign saw Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers across eastern Ontario lay a total of 1460 charges over the Thanksgiving weekend. According to a report from the OPP, dated Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020, officers conducted traffic stops on nearly 1600 vehicles between the Quebec border and Quinte West,

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Notice of LaSalle Causeway closure over long weekend

Those who frequently use the LaSalle Causeway will need to make alternative plans for the Thanksgiving weekend, as the bridge will be closed to vehicles. From 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10 to 6 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020, the LaSalle Causeway will be closed to vehicular traffic to

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Leeds OPP annual Operation Impact campaign runs this weekend

Over the long weekend, Members of the Leeds County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will be visible on the roads, ensuring drivers are doing their part to keep themselves, their passengers and other road users safe. According to a statement from the OPP, dated Friday, Oct. 9, 2020,

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What’s open and closed for Thanksgiving 2020

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Ah, Thanksgiving! It’s a time when the leaves on the trees reflect the colours of a brilliant campfire, family and friends gather, safely, of course, to eat all of their favourite holiday foods, and someone ends up fighting with someone else about football or politics – our

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Public Health asks residents to ‘give thanks, not COVID-19’ this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving will be celebrated this weekend, and KFL&A Public Health are urging residents to practice physical distancing with those outside their own households to continue to keep local case numbers low. Today, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020, KFL&A Public Health released a COVID-19 transmission model that estimates the potential impact Thanksgiving

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Public assistance requested to identify car dealership theft suspects

Kingston Police have released the above photos and are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying two suspects involved in a theft from a local car dealership. According to Kingston Police, the incident occurred at approximately 10:45 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. Two male suspects entered the parking lot

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Kingston Police seek public assistance to identify break and enter suspects

Following a break series of break and enters in Kingston’s west end, police have released the above photo of the male and female suspects and are hoping the public can be of assistance in identifying them (full size images below). The male and female suspects broke into numerous houses in

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Winning weekend for Queen’s Gaels

If you’ve been following the Queen’s rugby and soccer teams, you know all four teams have had incredible seasons thus far — and the Thanksgiving weekend was a strong continuation of that. The Women’s Rugby Team took on the Brock Badgers at Nixon Field on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, furthering

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What’s open and closed for Thanksgiving 2019

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Ah, Thanksgiving! It’s a time when the leaves on the trees reflect those of a brilliant campfire, family and friends gather to eat all of their favourite holiday foods, and someone ends up fighting with someone else about football or politics – our money is on the

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Travelers stranded on Thanksgiving weekend due to lack of runway lights at Norman Rogers Airport

About 40 people set to travel out of Kingston in the early morning have found themselves stranded in Toronto after their flight from Kingston was delayed when the runway lights at Norman Rogers Airport failed to work. The fight from Kingston to Toronto was scheduled to take off at 5:30

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