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Kingston Airport Wins International Advertising Award

The Airport Council International – North America (ACI-NA) 2010 Excellence in Marketing and Communications contest results were recently released in the organization’s “Centrelines” Weekly publication. The issue reported that first place in the print advertising category has been awarded to Kingston Airport’s “from here to anywhere” promotional print materials. Designed for the City by BmDodo… Keep Reading

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Residence Move-In Weekend for Queen’s Students

This Saturday, September 4th is the big day for many new students in Kingston. Nearly 4,000 first-year students will be preparing to move into Queen’s student Residences on that day. Due to the substantial increase in traffic this move will cause, area streets around both the main and west campus will be re-routed. Students and… Keep Reading

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Marriott Kingston Opens New Residence Inn Hotel

Opening of New Residence Inn by Marriot Kingston, Water’s Edge Recently Announced by Atlific Hotels KINGSTON, ONTARIO – The opening of a stylish new Residence Inn by Marriott Kingston has just been announced by Atlific Hotels. Situated at Kingston’s beautiful downtown waterfront, the Water’s Edge promises to be area’s best extended stay hotel. Apart from… Keep Reading

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Creative Ideas Sought by Principal’s Innovation Fund at Queen’s

The Principal’s Innovation Fund (PIF),a project started by Queen’s in 2009 to generate ideas from staff and students, was initiated to increase revenue or reduce costs for the University. Recently a one page proposal or concept paper from PIF will be submitted to the deans and senior manager for review, and if accepted will move… Keep Reading

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Ministry of Environment Issues Smog Advisory for Kingston

KINGSTON, ONT./ Aug. 30, 2010 – The Ontario Ministry of Environment has issued a smog advisory for the region of the City of Kingston warning of a high probability of poor quality air today and will remain in effect until further notice. Residents are advised that open-air burning is never permitted in Kingston when smog… Keep Reading

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QUASR Team Demonstrates Student Contract Hiring System

Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario — The new system for hiring students on a contract was unveiled at a town hall meeting last week. On December 20 the new customized PeopleSoft contract hiring system replaces the Electronic Student Contracts System for hiring students including research assistants, teaching assistants, teaching fellows, and non-academics. “The process for hiring… Keep Reading

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$2 Million in Provincial Funding Awarded to Queen’s University

Sixteen Queen’s University researchers will receive a total of more than $2 million in funding from the Ontario government under the Ontario Research Fund-Research Infrastructure Awards program and the Early Researcher Awards program. The funding will support projects ranging from reducing carbon dioxide during the car manufacturing process to encouraging Canadians to be more physically… Keep Reading

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Napanee Firefighters in Two 401 Crashes – 1 Dead, 12 Injured

Napanee fire department were twice this weekend involved in two separate 401 highway crashes which left one woman dead and twelve others injured. Originally five firefighters were injured in a crash Saturday night near London, Ontario, while on their way back from a competition in Windsor. Family members had traveled to visit them in hospital,… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Business Students Experience India

Students in the full-time Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and Masters of Global Management (MGM) program recently organized the first-ever Queen’s Business Forum entitled ‘Experience India.’ Business leaders, politicians and diplomats gathered at Queen’s to discuss India’s influence on Canadian businesses, both as a partner and as a market. Meredith Slemko, MBA candidate 2011 and… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Holds Second Academic Writing Team Town Hall Meeting

Members of the Queen’s community had another opportunity to share their views and ideas about the university’s future at a second town hall meeting held by the academic writing team August 17. “You can’t be here in this room for an hour with these engaged people and not come out uplifted by what you hear,”… Keep Reading

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