March is Fraud Prevention Month - Protect yourself from malicious cyber actors during the COVID-19 pandemic

February 26, 2021 March is Fraud Prevention Month, and Kingston Police and Utilities Kingston are partnering to help spread fraud prevention tips to local residents and businesses.  Continue reading

Second annual Tampon Tuesday donation drive encourages community to donate menstrual hygiene products for individuals in need

Donations will be collected from March 2 – 16, 2021 throughout KFL&A Kingston, ON (February 25, 2021) United Way KFL&A is excited to partner with Bell Media, national Tampon Tuesday partner, local Labour partners, Egg Farmers of Ontario and Shoppers Drug Mart for the second annual Tampon Tuesday collection drive in the region Continue reading

County of Frontenac 2021 budget requisition to appear on City tax bills as planned

February 24, 2021 The City of Kingston recently received notice from the County of Frontenac confirming its 2021 budget requisition for Fairmount Home and Frontenac Paramedic Services in the amount of $12,751,183. Continue reading

New Market Wing Cultural Space in City Hall to open Feb. 27

February 24, 2021 The first floor Market Wing in Kingston City Hall National Historic Site has been newly renovated and is scheduled to open to the public on a limited basis starting Saturday, Feb. 27 (with COVID-19 precautions in place).  Continue reading

News Brief: Province to announce order of vaccine distribution

The Province of Ontario will announce the order for COVID-19 vaccine distribution and will launch an online and telephone vaccine booking system according the KFL&A Public Health. Continue reading

'The Home Standards Project' wins Awesome Kingston February grant

Every month, Awesome Kingston gives away a $1000 micro-grant to a local project pitched by its creator. These days, the pitch party is happening virtually, but the outcome is still the same. No-strings-attached money is given to the winner to help them develop the projects that Awesome Kingston thinks will help keep Kingston awesome. Continue reading

Scholarships for beginning and intermediate organists

The Royal Canadian College of Organists (RCCO) Kingston Centre is offering scholarships for pianists of all ages seeking to develop their skills on the pipe organ. Continue reading

Indigenous communities to consult on Third Crossing naming campaign

The City of Kingston launched the naming campaign for the Third Crossing at a press conference earlier today, Monday, Feb. 22, 2021. Through consultation with Indigenous communities and nations, a short list of names are expected to be presented for public feedback by the end of May 2021. Continue reading

Third Crossing naming campaign launches

February 22, 2021 Today, the City of Kingston officially launched the naming campaign for the Third Crossing, which will seek to recognize and honour Indigenous culture and history in Kingston and area.  Continue reading

Offer feedback on two new parks in the Cataraqui North neighbourhood at a virtual open house

February 19, 2021 Offer input on improvements to an existing park and a new park in Kingston’s Cataraqui North subdivision: Bert Meunier Common and Max Crescent Park Continue reading