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Council votes to regulate ride share companies

Kingston City Council met on Tuesday, Mar. 2, 2021, for a shorter-than-average yet eventful regularly scheduled Council meeting (agenda available here). The first delegation of the night saw James Allan, Chairman of the Kingston Area Taxi Licensing Commission, speaking to Council about the intent and need for the proposed ‘Taxi

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Food Delivery in Kingston

In the age of instant gratification and automated everything, businesses that cater to making your life easier are popping up everywhere and flourishing. During a recent trip to Toronto, it was impossible to miss the numerous food delivery services that were popping in and out of Bloor St. restaurants of

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Kingston’s Top Headline From 2016

With exactly two weeks of 2016 remaining, many of us are taking stock of the biggest headlines and most significant events that shaped Kingston this past year.  2016 began with a review committee setting out to determine the future of the Kingston Economic Development Corporation, which resulted in calls for

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Kingston’s Top Headline From 2015

With less than two weeks remaining in 2015, the time has come to take a look back at the biggest headlines and most significant news stories that shaped Kingston this past year.  Early in 2015, Kingstonians celebrated the grand opening of the Tett Centre, they city’s vibrant arts hub that’s

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Feasibility of Uber in Kingston

Over the past few months, numerous Canadian cities have been forced to contend with a new transit service provider who is changing our expectations of on-demand transportation. The uber-popular and uber-controversial Uber is an app-based transportation network and taxi company that connects independent drivers with riders, providing real time maps

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