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Government Invests in Kingston Led First Responders Program

Gord Brown, Member of Parliament for Leeds – Grenville, on behalf of Associate Minister of National Defence, Julian Fantino, today announced an innovative new project to support first responder interoperability. Led by the City of Kingston, the project aims to enhance interoperability and data sharing for municipal police, fire, and paramedic services, in and around… Keep Reading


Legislation to Clarify Police Records Check Limits

Good news for Ontario workers, volunteers, students, nonprofits and businesses that will now see more consistent information released in police record checks. If passed, a new provincial law will establish standard practice for the kinds of information released by police services in background checks, providing better protection of Ontarians’ rights and personal information. It will also… Keep Reading


Canada Passport Services Expands into Kingston

Gordon Brown, Member of Parliament for Leeds-Grenville, announced on Monday that passport receiving services is now open at the Service Canada Centre in Kingston, Ontario, located at the Frontenanc Mall at 1300 Bath Road. (map) “Our Government is committed to service excellence, giving Canadians access to services and information close to where they work and… Keep Reading


Kingston Annual Construction Schedule Announced

Residents Urged To Take Advantage Of Construction Construction season is set to begin, and the City wants homeowners to see if their streets are on the list so that they can coordinate home improvements with planned construction projects. Residents can find the list of streets, sidewalks and bridges to be works on — and details… Keep Reading


Public Invited to Meet Kingston Mayor’s Task Force On Development

“Kingston is open for business and is committed to expanding the tax base through intensification for greater economic resiliency,” the City of Kingston’s Strategic Plan notes in its Enabling Economic Development Council priority. During its term, City Council is building on that commitment and enhancing service by streamlining the development process. The development of building… Keep Reading


City of Kingston Seeks Your Photos for New Website

The City of Kingston wants you to “Show us YOUR Kingston” in photographs that can be used on its new website. “We want the redesigned website to visually celebrate Kingston — our community-minded residents, our innovative businesses, our rural areas and lovely neighbourhoods as well as our historic and waterfront vistas,” says David Johnston, Chief… Keep Reading

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