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Heritage Foundation releases details on design settlement with IN8

The long debate over the height of a proposed residential building at 223 Princess Street has finally been settled. IN8, the developer of the residential building proposed for 223 Princess Street, Building Kingston’s Future Inc. (BKF) and the Frontenac Heritage Foundation (FHF) signed Minutes of Settlement earlier this week for

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Who’s who around the horseshoe

Kingstonians have spoken, and our new city council has been formed – despite some technical issues and an overall low voter turnout. The 34,529 people that did cast ballots voted overwhelmingly to have Bryan Paterson donning the mayoral collar once again. Paterson took just over 69 per cent of the

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Six questions with mayoral candidate Vicki Schmolka

No stranger to sitting around the horseshoe in Kingston City Hall, Vicki Schmolka walked into the building she’s been in many times just a couple of hours before nominations closed for the 2018 municipal election – and filed her nomination for the role of mayor. Schmolka sat on City Council

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Municipal Election Campaign Expenses

Thanks to the Municipal Election Act, all candidates are required to submit financial statements, which are then shared online for all to see.  If you take a look at overall campaign expenses from our most recent Municipal Election, particularly under the total contributions and expenses headings, a staggering trend seems

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Thoughts of the Ballot Box

Remember, remember the eighth of November… In one year’s time, on Nov. 8, 2010, voters in this city will cast a ballot that will shape the next four years of Kingston’s evolution. Many council members will by now be considering whether to seek re-election, but may not declare for months.

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