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Mayor Mark Gerretsen’s Canada Day Message

We have always enjoyed a rich history in Kingston as Canada’s First Capital and home to Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. This weekend marks another exciting opportunity to celebrate Canada Day and Kingston’s unique relationship with the founding of our nation. On Sunday, July 1st residents and visitors can take part in… Keep Reading

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City Seeks Public Input for Proposed “Tragically Hip Way”

The City of Kingston is seeking the public’s input on a proposal to rename the foot of Barrack Street, or another public asset in the North Block, to show recognition and appreciation for the Tragically Hip and their place in our community. On Wednesday January 18 at 7:00 pm, a public meeting will be held… Keep Reading

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Kingstonians Invited To Mayor’s Annual New Year’s Levee

All citizens are invited to come out and meet Mayor Mark Gerretsen; City Councillors; John Gerretsen, Member of Provincial Parliament, and Ted Hsu, Member of Federal Parliament, at the Mayor’s Annual New Year’s Levee. The levee will be held Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., in Memorial Hall, City Hall, 216… Keep Reading

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Queen’s University Professor Wins Prestigious Trudeau Fellowship Prize

Within a week of Queen’s University being visited by M.P. Justin Trudeau, political studies professor John McGarry has been honoured as one of four recipients of a Fellowship named for his father, the late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. Trudeau Fellowships were established by the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation and awarded to individuals who achieve high… Keep Reading

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Mark Gerretsen Announces Run for Mayor

In front of dozens of supporters, the one term Portsmouth district councillor launched his campaign to be mayor of Kingston. Gerretsen, 35, is the fifth person to announce an election bid along with businessman Barrie Chalmers, former councillor Rick Downes, current councillor Rob Matheson,  and Greg Soucie. The proclamation was made at the Isabel Turner… Keep Reading

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