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Man refusing to wear face covering arrested for assault at Kingston train station

An altercation involving a man refusing to wear a face covering in compliance with COVID-19 protocols resulted in that man being arrested after he assaulted an employee at the Kingston train station. At approximately 2 p.m. on Thursday, Jun. 3, 2021, the accused man entered the Via Rail station on

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Prepare for detour as John Counter Boulevard overpass is completed

Residents in Kingston will need to adjust to a new detour as John Counter Boulevard will be closed to allow for the completion of the rail overpass. Kingston City Council first approved the concept for the construction of the overpass in 2015, and construction has been underway since then. Now,

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Slow Down for Wet’suwet’en demonstrations continue

Sunday, February 9th marked the fourth day of protests and rallies in the Kingston area, with local Indigenous and non-Indigenous people publicly demonstrating solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people in British Columbia. Despite a court-ordered injunction, train delays and cancellations continued along the Toronto-Ottawa routes, with protests near Belleville preventing trains

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Update on John Counter Boulevard construction

The John Counter Boulevard Expansion Project is currently on schedule and in the last phase of the project, according to the City of Kingston. The corridor acts as a link to four of Kingston’s major traffic arteries: Montreal Street, Division Street, Princess Street, and Taylor Kidd Boulevard. According to the

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