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Kingston Transit will be limiting total bus capacity to 12 to 15 passengers, depending on the bus model. This decision aligns with the City of Kingsto ...
Effective immediately, all playgrounds and park amenities in Kingston are closed until further notice. This decision aligns with recommendations from ...
At 1 p.m. today, Mayor Bryan Paterson declared a State of Emergency for Kingston to help contain the spread of COVID-19. This decision aligns with ste ...

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In February 2020, the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning hit a major milestone, marking five years since it first opened its doors to the...
No doubt about it: the Kingston community is deeply engaged in discussions about where and how mid-rise and tall buildings should grow here. The depth of interest in this community conversation...
This Thursday, staff will present a supplementary report to the Administrative Policies Committee on

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Start Date:
Mon, March 30, 2020 12.30 PM
Location:
KFHC Office - 119 Van Order Drive (Boardroom)
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Mon, March 30, 2020 06.30 PM
Location:
Memorial Hall - City Hall
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Start Date:
Wed, April 01, 2020 05.30 PM
Location:
This will be a virtual meeting. Details to be posted.
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Start Date:
Thu, April 02, 2020 06.30 PM
Location:
Memorial Hall - City Hall
Description:

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be illuminated green in recognition of Green Shirt Day. Green Shirt Day occurs in April, which is Be a Donor Month in Ontario; more specifically, April 7 is the day hockey player Logan Boulet of the Humboldt Broncos succumbed to his injuries following a tragic bus crash in Saskatchewan. Logan donated many of his organs and tissues, saving six lives. To learn more about Green Shirt Day and organ donation, visit the Transplant Advocate Association website.

Found out more about lighting up City Hall.

Start Date:
Mon, April 06, 2020 08.00 PM
Location:
City Hall and Springer Market Square
Description:

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be illuminated green in recognition of Green Shirt Day. Green Shirt Day occurs in April, which is Be a Donor Month in Ontario; more specifically, April 7 is the day hockey player Logan Boulet of the Humboldt Broncos succumbed to his injuries following a tragic bus crash in Saskatchewan. Logan donated many of his organs and tissues, saving six lives. To learn more about Green Shirt Day and organ donation, visit the Transplant Advocate Association website.

Found out more about lighting up City Hall.

The Transplant Advocate Association flag will be flown in Confederation Park in recognition of Be a Donor Month. Be A Donor Month is a time to raise awareness about the shortage of life saving organs and tissues in Canada. Learn more about organ donation at the Transplant Advocate Association's website.

Find out more about flag raisings.

Start Date:
Mon, April 06, 2020 08.00 PM
Location:
Confederation Park
Description:

The Transplant Advocate Association flag will be flown in Confederation Park in recognition of Be a Donor Month. Be A Donor Month is a time to raise awareness about the shortage of life saving organs and tissues in Canada. Learn more about organ donation at the Transplant Advocate Association's website.

Find out more about flag raisings.

Start Date:
Tue, April 07, 2020 07.00 PM
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Do you have questions about the online building permit application process? Attend a DASH training session! Register through Eventbrite.

Start Date:
Wed, April 08, 2020 10.00 AM
Location:
1211 John Counter Blvd
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Do you have questions about the online building permit application process? Attend a DASH training session! Register through Eventbrite.

City Hall will be lit up red, blue, and white for Vimy Ridge Day to symbolize the Canadian Red Ensign, which was commonly used as the flag of Canada until 1965. The original Canadian Red Ensign was the version of the flag flown in 1917 at Vimy Ridge during World War I. Canada’s military achievements during the war raised our international stature and helped earn us a separate signature on the Treaty of Versailles that ended the First World War.

Found out more about lighting up City Hall.

Start Date:
Wed, April 08, 2020 08.00 PM
Location:
City Hall and Springer Market Square
Description:

City Hall will be lit up red, blue, and white for Vimy Ridge Day to symbolize the Canadian Red Ensign, which was commonly used as the flag of Canada until 1965. The original Canadian Red Ensign was the version of the flag flown in 1917 at Vimy Ridge during World War I. Canada’s military achievements during the war raised our international stature and helped earn us a separate signature on the Treaty of Versailles that ended the First World War.

Found out more about lighting up City Hall.

Start Date:
Thu, April 09, 2020 05.30 PM
Location:
Memorial Hall - City Hall
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Start Date:
Thu, April 09, 2020 08.00 PM
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Start Date:
Sun, April 12, 2020 08.00 PM
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Start Date:
Tue, April 14, 2020 06.00 PM
Location:
Memorial Hall - City Hall
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Start Date:
Wed, April 15, 2020 09.30 AM
Location:
Memorial Hall - City Hall
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Start Date:
Wed, April 15, 2020 04.30 PM
Location:
Central Branch Library (130 Johnson St) - Meeting Room 1
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Start Date:
Wed, April 15, 2020 05.30 PM
Location:
Councillors' Lounge - City Hall
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Start Date:
Thu, April 16, 2020 12.00 PM
Location:
Kingston Police Headquarters - 705 Division Street (Boardroom)
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Start Date:
Thu, April 16, 2020 06.30 PM
Location:
Memorial Hall - City Hall
Description:

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be illuminated red in recognition of World Hemophilia Day. World Hemophilia Day, first celebrated in 1990, encourages awareness of inherited bleeding disorders and the need to make access to adequate care possible everywhere in the world. Learn more about hemophilia at the World Federation of Hemophilia website.

Found out more about lighting up City Hall.

Start Date:
Thu, April 16, 2020 08.00 PM
Location:
City Hall and Springer Market Square
Description:

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be illuminated red in recognition of World Hemophilia Day. World Hemophilia Day, first celebrated in 1990, encourages awareness of inherited bleeding disorders and the need to make access to adequate care possible everywhere in the world. Learn more about hemophilia at the World Federation of Hemophilia website.

Found out more about lighting up City Hall.

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