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A new Walmart? what else does Kingston need two of?

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Morning Show Spotlight

This morning’s big headline for the Limestone City is that we could possibly be getting another Walmart location on Division st. near the 401!  We shared the news and took  phone calls on “What else does Kingston need two of?”


A second Walmart! (and Strip Clubs)

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What else does Kingston need two of?

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Kingston News February 11, 2016

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Kingston could be getting a second Walmart.

ABNA investments will ask the planning committee to approve a commercial centre for former sports dome site off Division Street near the 401.

Henk Doornekamp says if the zoning is approved they have a deal with Walmart and the store would probably open in a year and a half.  He says Walmart’s store in the west end would remain open.

Colleges – Student Support

The president of St. Lawrence College says the Ontario government needs to increase financial support for low income student who want to go to college.

Glenn Vollebregt is joining other college leaders across the province in asking the Ontario government to make financial support a priority in the upcoming provincial budget.

Vollebregt says more than half of applicants to colleges come from households with incomes of less than $60,000.

He also says over many students don’t qualify for Ontario 30% tuition reduction because they don’t got directly into college after graduating from high school.

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Kingston News February 10 2016

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Investigation – Baby Death

Kingston Police say there is no criminal investigation underway and no foul play is suspected at this time in the death of a 10 week old baby.

Police are assisting the Regional Coroner’s Office in investigating what is considered a sudden death of the baby girl.

According to a news release….Police were dispatched to a townhouse on Compton Street at Wilson Street around 10:45 yesterday morning where a 10-week-old female child was discovered without vital signs.

OPP – Collins Bay Murder

The OPP is asking for help in solving a 17 year old murder case at Collins Bay Institution.

27 year old Donald Mongeon was found dead in his cell at 5:30 on the morning of January, 27th, 1999.

The OPP says he had been beaten and stabbed by at least three inmates several hours before his body was found.

Despite a police investigation, coroner’s inquest and $50,000 reward – nobody has been charged.

Anyone with information about the case is being asked to contact the OPP or Crime Stoppers.

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Steven Wright talks with Kris

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Morning Show Spotlight

Legendary comedian Steven Wright is in Kingston Feb 20th! listen to him chat with Kris from earlier this morning about his act, movie appearances and the appearance on The Tonight Show that changed everything for him.

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Kingston News February 9, 2016

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James Taylor – Kingston Concert

The Rogers K-Rock Centre has announced James Taylor and his All-Star band will be in concert on May 12th at Kingston’s downtown arena.

It’s one of 15 Canadian dates on his upcoming North American tour.

If seeing James Taylor in concert is on your bucket list – be advised the show will include material from his latest album, Before This World.

Budget Consultation

Kingston and the Islands Liberal MP Mark Gerretsen is hosting a public consultation on the federal government’s budget today.

Gerretsen will host the pre-budget session in Memorial Hall at Kingston City Hall from 1 to 2:30 this afternoon.

Gerretsen says the aim of the consultation process is to make sure the budget reflects the needs of Canadians.

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Kingston News February 8, 2016

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Fire – Youth Shelter

Police and the Ontario Fire Marshalls office are investigating a fire in a bedroom at the Kingston Youth Shelter as a possible case of arson.

Firefighters were called to the shelter at 234 Brock Street around 10:25 Saturday night.

They quickly put out the fire in a second storey bedroom.

One resident was taken to hospital for treatment of smoke inhalation and alternate accommodation had to be arranged for the 15 residents of the shelter because of the fire and smoke damage.

Uber – Queen’s Prof

A business professor at Queen’s University says he believes most cities where ride sharing services are operating will have bylaws in place by the end of this year to legalize the services like Uber.

John-Kurt Pliniussen says Edmonton is showing other cities it can be done.

Edmonton is the first Canadian city to pass a bylaw regulating what it calls private transportation providers.

Kingston is considering what can be done after Uber launched its service in Kingston last year.

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NEW TRAILERS! – Jason Bourne! X-Men: Apocalypse! Captain America: Civil War! Independence Day: Resurgence!

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Meet this Week’s “Caturday Cat”- Panda

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SOURCE Kingston Humane Society

This purrfect feline is Panda. He is one extremely handsome boy who has stolen the hearts of many here at the shelter. He is 2 years old and was surrendered into our care early January. Since his arrival here he has been nothing but a gentlemen who loves attention. He is a very playful boy who also enjoys to curl up by your side or in your arms while he cat naps. He is sure to fill the room with purrs, and loves head scratches and chin rubs. He can be a chatty fellow if you aren’t paying attention to him and loves his food and cat nip! He has impeccable litter manners, and has been a healthy boy here. Panda is sure to fill your heart and home with love, laughs, and lots of head butts! He has been neutered and up to date with vaccines. He has also been flea treated, dewormed, microchipped and will come with 6 weeks free pet insurance.
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If you would like to adopt Panda or any of the other “Caturday Cats” visit www.kingstonhumanesociety.ca or stop by the Kingston Humane Society at 1 Bennington CRT.
For more information contact the Kingston Humane Society at 613 546-1291


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Meet this Week’s “Friday FurBall”- Joey

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SOURCE Kingston Humane Society

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Joey is one independent fellow looking for a home to rule. He is the kind of dog that would do best in a quieter home with no children under 12 years old or any other animals. He is a spunky guy with a lot of energy to burn despite his age. Don’t let this 10 year old fool he thinks he is just a pup! If you are looking for a walking companion then Joey is your man. He came into our care as his previous family could no longer keep him. Joey will come and seek affection from his new family, but only under his own terms. Joey has recently had a full dental cleaning, already neutered and up to date on vaccines. He will also come dewormed, flea treated, micro chipped and with 6 weeks free pet insurance. Joey qualifies for our seniors for seniors program, if you think you can provide this pooch his forever home come by the shelter to meet him today.
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If you would like to adopt Joey or any of the other “Friday Fur Balls” visit www.kingstonhumanesociety.ca or stop by Kingston Humane Society at 1 Bennington CRT.
For more information contact the Kingston Humane Society at 613 546-1291


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Kingston News Feb 5, 2016

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Coalition – Planning Process

A coalition of community groups has issued a scathing report criticizing Kingston city council and city staff for ignoring public input on planning decisions.

The Coalition of Kingston Communities has issued a 16 page brief claiming the city only pays lip service to getting public input on planning issues.  The brief says Kingston’s process isn’t fair and city council has not been following the city’s official plan when it approves developments.

The Coalition represents about a dozen community groups in Kingston.

It is calling for a cultural shift at city hall to one of openness, transparency, and inclusion.

It says Kingston has to restore a balance between public and private interests.

Stabbing – Sentence

A 33-year-old man has been sentenced to time served and two years of probation in the stabbing of a man at Princess and Macdonnell Streets in July of 2014.

Daniel Darryl Kent had been in jail since he was arrested after the stabbing.

He was scheduled to go on trial next week for attempted murder…but he plead guilty to the lesser charge of aggravated assault.

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