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Queen’s University Mental Health Commission Launches Website

The Principal’s Commission on Mental Health at Queen’s has launched a website designed to keep the community informed about its activities and encourage participation across the campus. “We’ve had our first few meetings to discuss our approach and we are now reaching out to those groups and individuals – students, faculty, staff and external experts… Keep Reading

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Listeria Warning Issued for Brand of Smoked Salmon

KFL&A Public Health has issued a release by Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Arlene King, and Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health, Dr. David McKeown, who are warning the public to not consume a specific brand of smoked salmon as it may be contaminated with Listeria. The product of concern is “Strubs Smoked Salmon… Keep Reading

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Kingston Brush Collection to Begin This Monday, October 3

Brush collection in Kingston begins across the city next week, with some areas receiving collections on Monday, October 3. Residents can visit ww.cityofkingston/yardwaste to see the collection week for their neighbourhood and are reminded to have brush piled loosely at curbside by 8 a.m. on the Monday of their week. The city asks that the… Keep Reading

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Downtown Art Galleries Open Doors for Art After Dark Event

For the seventh time since its inception in fall of 2008, downtown art galleries are preparing to open their doors for Art After Dark on Thursday  September 29, 2011. This bi-annual event has been extremely well received by art enthusiasts in Kingston as they flock to each gallery, rain or shine. — Click here for the… Keep Reading

Arrest warrant issued for Christopher Calamusa
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Arrest Warrant Issued for Suspect in Kingston Assault

UPDATE – Oct 17: Police report that Chris Calamusa has been arrested on the aggravated assault warrant. On Saturday September 17, 2011 at around 11:00 p.m. a 20 year old Kingston man suffered near fatal injuries from an altercation that occurred at a house party at a Rosemond Place residence. Kingston Police have issued an… Keep Reading

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Ontario “Rally for Nature” Holds Candidates Responsible for Endangered Species, Habitats

Yesterday, Ontario Nature – one of the province’s most prominent conservation organizations – held a ‘Rally for Nature‘ at Queen’s Park where the organization announced its Charter for Biodiversity. More than 6,000 people across Ontario have signed onto the charter, asking the provincial government and all candidates running in the October election to stop the… Keep Reading

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Queen’s University to be Represented at Kingston WritersFest

Queen’s faculty, staff and alumni make a good showing for Queen’s at this year’s Kingston WritersFest, a festival that attracts some of the top writers from across North America. English professor Rosemary Jolly is participating in ‘Readings in Honour of J.M. Coetzee’, an event honouring the 2003 Nobel Prize winning writer who is taking part… Keep Reading

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City Seeks Votes for Favourite Livable City Design

Nominations have been gathered for the 2011 Livable City Design Awards, which celebrate excellence in building project design, and now it’s time for Kingstonians to vote for their favourite to win the People’s Choice Award. To vote, go to www.cityofkingston.ca/livablecity and review the list of nominated design projects and then choose your favourite through the… Keep Reading

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New Fellowships to Help Queen’s University Attract Young Researchers

Frances Bonier (Biology) and Alex Schwartz (Political Studies) are among the first recipients of the Government of Canada’s Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships. Dr. Bonier has been affiliated with Queen’s for several years as an adjunct assistant professor. “The Banting Fellowship offers me a great opportunity to extend my research at Queen’s and advance my academic career,”… Keep Reading

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Renewed Agreement for Cape Town Exchange Students at Queen’s

A renewal agreement recently signed by the law faculties at Queen’s and the University of Cape Town (UCT) will allow students from the South African university to study at Queen’s on exchange for the first time. “Recognizing that our international initiatives enrich our classrooms, we look forward to welcoming University of Cape Town students in… Keep Reading

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