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Local parents working to improve and strengthen child & youth mental health services

Parenting has often been compared to walking through a minefield. Each step filled with stress and gratitude, where roadblocks and unexpected detours are common, and missteps are feared. Parenting a child who is experiencing difficulties with their mental health? Well, you might as well add a blindfold to that minefield

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Graeme Watson recognized with Volunteer Service Award of Excellence

The Ontario Museum Association (OMA) presented the OMA Awards of Excellence 2020 at the OMA’s first virtual Conference, on Thursday, October 29th, 2020. The accomplishments of the Award Recipients will be showcased in a social media campaign starting today, Friday, Oct. 30, 2020. The 2020 OMA Annual Conference is inspired

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Kingston celebrates local volunteers during National Volunteer Week

This week, April 19-25, is celebrated across Canada and around the world as National Volunteer Week. It’s estimated that across Canada, around 12.7 million people are active volunteers. Karla Weber, current President of the Kingston & Area Association of Administrators of Volunteers (KAAAV), notes that volunteerism is a key underpinning

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‘Catch The Ace’ jackpot now over $2000

Kingston’s fourth “Catch The Ace” draw winner was chosen on Wednesday night at The Loyal Oarsman, and the winning ticket, number 99000418012, earned its owner $168 with a draw of the 9 of clubs in envelope number 43. The ace remains up for grabs as the draw enters its fifth

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First Kingston ‘Catch The Ace’ winner drawn

Kingston’s first “Catch The Ace” draw winner was chosen last night at The Loyal Oarsman, and the winning ticket, number 99000111002, earned its owner $546 with a draw of the 2 of clubs in envelope number 29. The ace remains up for grabs as the draw enters its second week,

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Guide to Canada Day 2014 in Kingston

Following the first day of Summer and last day of school, the time has finally come to bust out your favorite red and white flare and celebrate Canada Day in Kingston.  Similar to year’s past, there’s a full day of activities that largely take place in and around downtown Kingston and Grass Creek Park. In addition

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Six Questions for Wendy Huot

Wendy Huot is the owner/operator of The Screening Room, Kingston’s independent cinema specializing in alternative, international and classic cinema, as well as ‘special event’ film screenings. Since moving to Kingston in 2006, she has volunteered to help plan and promote countless local music/art/film/fundraising event via her participation with Modern Fuel

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