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Gulf Oil Spill in Kingston Would Reach Ottawa

A new interactive map provides some local perspective about the size of the Gulf oil spill when laid over top of Kingston. If the Gulf of Mexico oil spill was to have bubbled up from beneath our city, it would stretch from Barrie to the west and all the way to Ottawa in the west.… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Discovery May Lead to Cleaner Water

A Queen’s University discovery is being heralded as a breakthrough in helping reduce health hazards like E. coli in water, and may also make chemicals and drugs such as insulin cheaper to manufacture and more environmentally friendly to produce. Biochemistry professor Zongchao Jia and post-doctoral student Jimin Zheng discovered exactly how the AceK protein acts… Keep Reading

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Queen’s School of Business Begins $40 Million Expansion

The Queen’s University School of Business has broken ground on a new 75,000 square foot wing at Goodes Hall. The expansion will include classrooms fitted with the latest teaching technology, breakout rooms that will be used in the teamwork requirements in their program, two new research centres, and fifty additional faculty offices. It will also… Keep Reading

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Kingston Senator Leads Anti-Terrorism Committee

Hugh Segal, Kingston’s representative in the Senate, will head a federal committee to examine Canada’s antiterrorism laws. The Senator was elected chair of the special Senate committee, which will meet until its mission is fulfilled or Parliament dissolves. During that time they will examine bills C-17 and S-7 which are intended to prevent terrorism in… Keep Reading

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Confederation Park Train to be Restored

The locomotive in Confederation Park, known as The Spirit of Sir John A., Engine 1095, will receive a renovation and be relocated after city councillors voted to spend $642,000 on the project. Coun. Bill Glover agreed it is a lot of money, “but sometimes you’ve got to look beyond the cost of something and look… Keep Reading

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Kingston Pen Prisoner Sues Over Medical Care

Carl Bursey, 35, a former outlaw biker and Kingston Penitentiary inmate is suing the federal government for $5 million. Bursey, once considered one of the province’s most wanted fugitives, claims he suffered catastrophic injuries due to inadequate medical care while at the institution. He is now confined to a wheelchair and currently serving his 10-year… Keep Reading

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