Everything Drainage Workshop: protect your property from water issues. Utilities Kingston invites homeowners to participate in a free workshop to help them manage excess water on their property, prevent basement flooding and comply with the City of Kingston’s Sewer Use Bylaw. Have standing water on your property? Notice your sump pump running frequently? The Everything…

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  Sesquicentennial events planned downtown for Canada Day weekend The sesquicentennial Canada Day fireworks will be in Confederation Basin at 10 p.m. on July 1, but free activities, live music, and events marking 150 years of Canadian Confederation are scheduled all weekend long in downtown Kingston. “This is an exciting time for our nation and…

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Plan your garden to conserve water. Visit Utilities Kingston’s Water Conservation Garden to learn how! Plan a visit to the Utilities Kingston award-winning Water Conservation Garden at 1211 John Counter Blvd. to see more than 100 types of plants that require less water.  Free tours also show gardeners how to save water, time and money…

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This Saturday is Giveaway Day – that’s the day you put out reusable items you no longer want to your neighbours who might like them. “Giveaway Days are a great way to remind us all that reusing items ourselves, or passing them on to someone who can, reduces waste,” says Heather Roberts, the City of…

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Welcome to 164 Kildare Ave, Amherstview, ON!               If you have been looking for an executive bungalow that checks all the boxes, on a rare 65-foot wide lot backing onto parkland, then 164 Kildare may be the home for you. When you enter through the front door into the…

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Welcome to 846 Woodside Dr, Kingston, ON! This impressive, generously proportioned home is just walking distance to GREAT SCHOOLS, parks, and trails. Floor plan includes a large foyer, 4 spacious bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 half baths, mudroom, eat-in kitchen, and a dining room opened to the formal living space. Located at the back is a…

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On June 15, Kingston marks the 176th anniversary of being the First Capital of a united Canada with a day of free history-themed activities at City Park. “This is also the sesquicentennial year of Canada’s Confederation, so Kingston’s role as the country’s first capital takes on an even greater significance. Kingston’s history is Canada’s history…

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