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  • Federal help on the table, Kingston housing task force hears
    par Elliot Ferguson le 19/03/2019 à 12:14

    As the mayor’s task force on housing gets down to work, its members heard Monday morning what the federal government could do to help. The first person to speak to the task force at only its second meeting was Spadina-Fort York MP Adam Vaughan, the parliamentary secretary to the minister of […]

  • Letters to the Editor: March 19
    par The Whig-Standard le 18/03/2019 à 8:56

    Neighbourhood designed for smaller homes Builder Martin Mack has his opinion about infill in the Reddendale neighbourhood. The majority of the actual residents have theirs. The neighbourhood’s style and character is defined by its “eclectic”, multi-style homes. Such was a big […]

  • OPP News Briefs: Ottawa man attempts to flee from officers in Napanee
    par The Whig-Standard le 18/03/2019 à 8:51

    An Ottawa man is facing numerous charges from Ontario Provincial Police after he was caught speeding on Highway 401 near Napanee. On Saturday at about 3:45 p.m., an officer was conducting speed enforcement in the eastbound lanes of Highway 401 near Napanee when a vehicle travelling at a high […]

  • Kingston hospital sees 30 patients in four hours on St. Patrick's Day weekend
    par Steph Crosier le 18/03/2019 à 8:38

    Kingston General Hospital’s emergency department treated 38 St. Patrick’s Day partiers over the weekend, 30 of whom came in within a four-hour period, a spokesperson reports. “Most issues were related to intoxication and including things like sprains, fractures and […]

  • Kingston Police seek information after robbery at gunpoint
    par Steph Crosier le 18/03/2019 à 6:00

    Two young men were shook up early Sunday morning after they wound up penniless following a gunpoint robbery. Det. Joel Fisher of the Kingston Police is investigating the robbery that took place at about 2 a.m. He said two men were walking home from the Hub area after a night out when a large group […]

  • Jr. Fronts win Kingston's first OMHA AAA midget title since 1972
    par Tim Gordanier le 18/03/2019 à 4:43

    The Kingston Jr. Frontenacs midgets found a different way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Sunday afternoon that had nothing to do with donning a goofy plastic green hat or pulling on a green T-shirt that reads, “Kiss Me, I’m Irish.” Think more along the lines of the […]

  • MPP Hillier says he was punished for putting constituents ahead of PC party
    par The Canadian Press le 18/03/2019 à 3:14

    Shawn Jeffords TORONTO — The Ford government was in damage control mode Monday, denying allegations that an outspoken legislator was expelled from Progressive Conservative caucus for raising concerns about possible “illegal and unregistered” lobbying by the premier’s friends […]

  • Queen's Gaels can't hold three goal lead at University Cup
    par Ian MacAlpine le 18/03/2019 à 3:21

    The Queen’s Gaels took a 3-0 first-period lead but couldn’t hold on as the St. Francis Xavier X-Men scored a goal late in the first period, another in the second and three more in the third for a 5-3 victory on Friday night, eliminating the Ontario University Athletics champion Gaels […]

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