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Loblaws in Kingston - One of First 58 Grocery Stores to Sell Beer

Delivering More Consumer Choice and Convenience — Just in Time for the Holidays

New Highway 401 Lanes Set to Open in Kingston

Youth Job Connection Now Serving Kingston Youth

Province Connecting At-Risk Youth With Local Employers

2016 MPP Calendar Now Available

Drivers with Winter Tires Eligible for Insurance Discount

Ontario Promoting Safe Driving and Helping Drivers Save on Auto Insurance

Advisory Committee on Mental Health Begins Consultations

First topic: Mental Health and the Classroom

Town Hall with Ontario Minister of Transportation, Steven Del Duca

Ontario Expands Support for Survivors of Sexual Violence in Kingston and the Islands

Province Increases Annual Funding for Sexual Assault Centres by $1.75 Million

Province will Help Bring up to 10,000 Refugees to Ontario by End of 2016

$10.5 million will Help More Refugees Settle in Ontario Communities and Support International Relief Efforts

Ontario Government Wraps Up a Successful Spring Sitting

11 bills passed, 9 more introduced...

Seasonal Hours — 2015 MPP Calendar — Commmunity Resource Guide

Upcoming Public Town Hall on Mental Health

Early-Spring 2015: please sign-up for updates

Unanimous All-Party Support For MPP Kiwala’s Call for a National Public Inquiry

Ontario Votes to Support a National Public Inquiry Into Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women and Girls

Kingston Gets New Buses

Building smarter, more integrated transit

Calling all youth artists in Kingston between the ages of 12 and 18.

How cool would it be to have your artwork on public display at the Ontario Legislature?

New Food Donation Tax Credit Good For Our Community

Ontario Government Helping Farmers Donate Food To Community Food Organizations

Sophie Kiwala, MPP partners with Native Women’s Association of Canada's Faceless Doll Project

a travelling art exhibit of felt doll panels commemorating the more than 1100 missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls in Canada.

Realizing the Potential of All Ontarians

New Poverty Reduction Strategy Aims to Help People in Kingston and the Islands Leave Poverty Behind

KGH one of Ontario Hospitals to treat children hurt by Israeli-Palestinian conflict

"Canadians can help to heal wound in the Holy Land"

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