Claire Beach doesn’t use a couch or clipboard – it’s all about the trees.
Performer hopes candy grams will expose more people to drag, and make Feb. 14 a bit more fun.
Members of the farming community are calling for a higher minimum wage or a basic income to make local food more widely accessible.
Kingston’s Sexual Assault Centre has launched a new online platform that offers more immediate support to survivors.
Three women in Kingston decided to deliver Christmas gifts to all the residents at a local long-term care home, founding a new organization in the process.
Margi McKay runs the Grownup Storytime program at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library, offering a sense of connection and comfort to participants.
The pandemic has threated the survival of the Screening Room, an independent movie theatre in Kingston, leaving it to depend on government support and local fundraising.
A new hub of services for those experiencing homelessness and addiction has found a permanent location in Kingston, but nearby residents have expressed concern.
A new sustainability app will help Queen’s students track their carbon footprints, filling a significant gap in previous carbon tracking efforts.
A Kingston-based charity is opening a new thrift shop downtown with the help of a generous grant from a Queen’s student club.