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50 Things to Do in Kingston: January Edition

January is shaping up to be a very busy month in Kingston! 2015 marks the bicentenary of Sir John A. Macdonald’s birth and the City of Kingston has planned a number of projects, programs and events throughout the month (and rest of the year!) to mark the occasion and start a conversation. As a Father of Confederation and Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald has had…

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The Great Outdoors

Laying Tracks around Limestone City

The snow has my household pretty anxious to get out cross country skiing. I know what you’re thinking; “Cross country skiing? Here in Kingston?!” While Kingston may not a cross country skiing destination, we do have a number of great spots to ski; you just need to know where to look. And I’m willing to share some of our favourite spots….but just a few! I started…

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Articles by Personality

Alaina Leslie

Blogger extraordinaire. Photographer. Health nut.

Arthur Milnes

Commissioner of the Sir John A. Macdonald Bicentennial Commission

Christine Bruce

Published author and CFRC radio broadcaster

Jocelyne Kilpatrick

Community Specialist for the Claire Closet, Kingston

Y.Y. Jenny Lee

Educator, Abolitionist, Community Builder

Jason Manuge

Writer. Marketer. Social Media Aficionado

Julia Segal

Founder of Kingston Ontario's first Culinary Tourism Company

Jordan Whitehouse

Reader, redhead and writer on all things food, travel, community and culture.

Kingston Accommodation Partners

Promoter of all things Kingston

Margaret Coughlin

Lover of words, runner, volunteer, recovering winter-phobe.

Michelle McShane

Wife. Mother. Outdoor Adventurer. (not in any particular order)

Rosalyn Gambhir

Type A, Perfectionist, Workaholic

Patrick Bisson

Community Manager. Writer. Social Media Champion