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Dr. Kieran Moore offers positive update on COVID-19 status in KFL&A

After a boom in cases as Kingston and the area experienced its third wave of COVID-19, Dr. Kieran Moore, Medical Officer of Health for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) Public Health had a positive outlook during a media call on Friday, May 21, 2021. “We’ve had only three new

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What’s open and closed Victoria Day long weekend 2021

Our second Victoria Day long weekend during the pandemic is here. Temperatures are looking good for our quieter celebrations at home, and Kingston and area residents are reminded that the provincial Stay-At-Home order has been extended into June. But that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy the holiday long weekend

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A message from Dr. Kieran Moore regarding Victoria Day long weekend

The following is a message from Dr. Keiran Moore, Medical Officer of Health for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) Public Health, regarding the 2020 Victoria Day long weekend and the current COVID-19 pandemic. “This May holiday weekend it is important to remain vigilant and continue to practise social and

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What’s open and closed Victoria Day long weekend 2020

Ah, May 2-4. While it’s actually a holiday weekend meant to observe Victoria Day on Monday, May 18, 2020, the May long weekend is often regarded as the unofficial beginning of summer. Traditionally, it is a time that sees family and friends come together for barbecues and cold drinks, or

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What’s open and closed in Kingston for Victoria Day

  Happy Victoria Day weekend, Kingston! Of course, the most important thing for everyone to know is when the fireworks are happening. This Sunday, May 19, 2019,  family-friendly activities – and 9:30 p.m. fireworks – are planned at Lake Ontario Park (920 King St. West). Find the full line-up of

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Most Anticipated Spring Events in Kingston

With Reelout, KCFF and The Scotties behind us, Kingstonians are coming out of hibernation and celebrating the arrival of March Break and the spring thaw.  Spring is a favourite time of year for many – it’s time to start anew, clean out closets, make plans for gardens and even toy

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Memorial Centre Market

Like many other Kingstonians, we had gardening on our minds this past long weekend. This resulted in countless hours spent digging around in the earth, coaxing our tiny vegetable seedlings into the ground and purchasing a few additional tomato, zucchini and pepper plants from local producers at the Market.  This

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May-Long Weekend in Kingston

May two-four? More like yay two-four! With Victoria Day and a long weekend fast approaching, I’m finding it really difficult to concentrate on work at the moment. Sure, the May long weekend may not be a tourist-ridden spectacle involving a parade, fireworks display and the like, but it nevertheless signifies

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