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Meet this Week’s “Friday FurBall” – Casey

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15-515 casey (aka cash)Casey is a snortin’, tootin’, nubbin’ wigglin’ kind of girl. She is a lot of love, in a short, compact, well-fed package. Casey was surrendered by her owner through no fault of her own. She’s had a bit of a longer stay with us as she needed special surgery to correct her cherry eye. While being in our care, she’s been spayed and had her cherry eye corrected. Casey has low energy needs but would benefit from a moderate exercise plan to help her lose a few pounds. She is a couch potato at heart and loves to snuggle beside you having her little ears rubbed. With exception to her happy snorting and snoring, she is a quiet girl, who is completely house trained. Casey is looking for a home where she is the only animal and would prefer living with folks over the age of 12 years. She doesn’t mind visiting children, but the everyday chaos would be just too much for her. If she sounds like the right dog for you, come to the KHS to meet her today!
For more on Casey click here
If you would like to adopt Casey 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 July 31 2015

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 KCVI – Memorial Centre

The Mayor and city council are being strongly urged to open a discussion about the Memorial Centre for Kingston’s new high school by two members of the school’s design committee.

Stephanie Howie and Robb Laird have written an open letter to council saying it is an ideal location because of its distance from QECVI and KCVI.

They say it is not too late to discuss the location.

Howie teaches at KC and Laird is a teacher at QE.

They say council has decided the site isn’t on the table without any discussion about how the new high school could benefit the area.


There is more trouble for KEDCO.

Kingston city councillor Adam Candon is furious the economic development agency has a man convicted of environmental crimes as its business ambassador.

George Scott pleaded guilty this week to environmental charges laid against him and his former company, Scott Environmental.

Candon says KEDCO showed a lack of judgment when it appointed Scott because it would have known about the charges.

Acting KEDCO CEO Donna Gillespie says Scott is a volunteer who has a goal of bringing community champions to the table and has been a big booster of Kingston.

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Kingston News July 30 2015

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 CUPE Poll

A public opinion poll commissioned by CUPE says 8 out of 10 Kingston residents oppose the Ontario government’s plan to sell 60% of Hydro One.

The Union is conducting a campaign against the provinces plan.

It says the survey conducted by Environics Research also found people in the riding of Kingston and the Islands may take frustration to the polls in the federal election.  It says the NDP are leading among decided voters in the riding of Kingston and the Islands.

It is holding a public meeting on the issue at the INVISTA Centre starting at seven tonight.

According to a CUPE News Release:

Environics Research conducted an interactive voice response (IVR) telephone poll of 563 residents of Kingston on July 13. The results were weighted by age and gender to reflect the demographic makeup of Kingston. The results of a survey of this magnitude have a margin of error of plus or minus 4.1 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.

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Pictures of Journey

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Our winners got to not only see Journey July 26th at Rogers K-Rock Centre, they also got to get their pictures taken with members of the band!

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Kingston News July 29 2015

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 St. Mary’s – Pain Killer Thief

The families of patients in the palliative care unit at St. Mary’s of the Lake Hospital are in shock after the hospital discovered a nurse has been stealing a pain killer  for the past two-and-a-half years.

Providence Care issued a news release yesterday saying police are investigating after it learned last month a nurse on the palliative care unit has removed the drug…hydromorphone.  The internal investigation found patients may not have received their proper pain medication.

Providence Care says the investigation is trying to determine how much of the pain medication was stolen and how the nurse managed to remove it from the palliative care unit.

A special toll free phone number has been set up to handle inquiries from the families of patients.

Kingston Police are still investigating and say they haven’t laid charges yet.

Scott – Environmental Fines

A Kingston entrepreneur who sold his environmental company after being charged by the Ministry of Environment says he’s paying the fines himself after pleading guilty to environmental charges.

George Scott was in court yesterday and was fined $10,000 and his former company was fined $120,000 for storing industrial waste at its Fortune Crescent facility for longer than 180 days.

Scott Environmental was bought by Tomlinson Environmental Services last August.

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Rock LAB Song Of The Week

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x ambassadors renegades

Check out this week’s Rock LAB Song Of The Week “Renegades” by X Ambassadors. Have a listen and let us know what you think of it.


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Kingston News July 28 2015

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 Heat Warning

Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for Kingston and the surrounding area for today and tomorrow.

Daytime highs are expected to be above 30 degrees.

It says the heat will ease up a bit on Thursday.

The warning advises people to stay well hydrated, check on elderly friends or family members to make sure they’re all right and make sure not to leave pets in vehicles.

Bedford Release

Kingston Police will go to court to request a peace bond for a sexual predator that lured girls into sex acts over the Internet.  29 year old Mark Bedford will be released from a Kingston area prison next month.  He told a parole hearing he plans to live with his parents.

Police have confirmed they will be going to court to seek specific conditions to limit Bedford’s access to the Internet when he’s released.  They won’t be releasing a picture of Bedford because they don’t consider him to be a threat to commit a crime in public places.

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Is This the Tracklist for Bon Jovi’s New Album?

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Bon Jovi’s Burning Bridges is being worked on as we speak, and this could be the tracklisting for the album…

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Kingston News July 24 2015

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 Man through Window

Kingston Police are trying to find out what went wrong after a man riding a bicycle went through the window of a store in downtown Kingston.

The 27 year old man suffered serious lacerations after losing control of his bicycle and crashing through the window of the Rocking Horse at Princess and Montreal Streets.

Police got the call at 10 to 2 this morning.

The man is being treated in hospital for serious injuries.

An accident reconstruction team was on the scene this morning to try and determine what happened.

Retired Officer Charged

A Kingston Police officer who retired last December after 33 years of service is facing nine sex related charges over allegations involving a young person dating back to the 1980′s.

The provinces Special Investigations Unit says it was contacted by Kingston police regarding the allegations in December.

Former constable Bruce Lindsay…also known as Jim Lindsay…is facing charges of gross indecency, sexual assault, invitation to sexual touching, committing an indecent act, and sexual exploitation.

Lindsay is scheduled to appear in court in Kingston on September 3rd.

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Kingston News July 23 2015

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 Motorcycle Driver – Charges

Kingston Police have seized the motorcycle of a man who faces numerous charges after a brief high speed chase.

Police says the motorcycle was clocked going at 126 km/hour in a 60 zone around nine last night.

The driver was arrested on Division Street near the 401.

The motorcycle has been seized for seven days because he’s been charged with stunt driving.

The 34 year old man isn’t from the Kingston area and also faces charges of failing to stop for police, going through a red light and driving without the proper license or insurance.

Hunter – Wanted Man’s Record

A man wanted by Kingston Police for attempted murder after a woman was seriously injured by a pickup truck has a lengthy criminal record.

Police issued a warrant for the arrest of Justin Hunter last week after a 22 year old woman was hit by a truck.

According to the Whig Standard, Hunter has been in trouble with the law and on the run numerous times over the past 13 years.

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