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The Road to Recovery in Kingston featuring Hugh Mackenzie from 1000 Islands Cruises and Politicians Candice Christmas and Andy Brooke
The Road to Recovery in Kingston with City Councillors Lisa Osanic, Simon Chapelle and Jeff McLaren
Many people are turning to gardening during the pandemic and green houses and garden centers are busier than ever helping gardeners discover their green thumb. Featuring Allison Shannon from Sun Harvest Greenhouses in Glenburnie. Reporter: April Andrews
At the start of the pandemic, Pamela Johnson pulled her mother out of long term care, with the plan to care for her in her own home until the crisis passed. She didn't realize, however, that if her mother didn't return after a specified amount of time, she would lose her room at the facility.
The Kingston Humane Society has resumed adoptions for dogs in need of a forever home.
The Community Foundation for Kingston and Area supports the Kingston Sexual Assault Centre through the pandemic.
The Voices, Opportunities & Choices Employment Club (VOCEC) exists to create jobs for people living with mental illness. VOCEC operates a small businesses in Kingston including cafés, landscaping, a car wash, catering, a print shop,assembly/packaging, warehousing, distribution and cleaning. Together these ventures employ over 75 people living with mental illness.
This year, Kingston Relay For Life has been changed into Relay At Home — a virtual event that will unite supporters across the country. With interactive activities and all the hallmark components of the in-person events, Relay At Home will show that no one in our communities has to face cancer alone.
The Community Foundation for Kingston & Area supports Resolve Counselling through the pandemic.