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Movie Doctor – Transcendence, A Haunted House 2

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transcendence-new-intelligence This weekend Christopher Nolan’s right hand man Wally Plister sits in the director’s chair and ghost/haunted house movies get spoofed as Transcendence and A Haunted House 2 open in theatres.

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The Movie Dr.

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Meet this week’s “Friday FurBall”- Charlie

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CharlieMeet This week’s “Friday FurBall”- Charlie
Charlie is a happy go-lucky kind of guy. He loves everyone that he meets, especially other dogs. Charlie came into us as a stray with his friend “Talula”. Charlie has been a very good boy here in the shelter, and would make a wonderful family pet. We recommend a home with no toddlers. He would do best in a home with a securely fenced in back yard. He is medium energy, and would love to go for a couple walks a day and be your couch potato the rest of the time. We think he is approximately 1 year old. Come meet this handsome gent today!
For more on Charlie click here
If you would like to adopt Charlie 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 on Thursday April 10th, 2014

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Here is a look at what is making news in Kingston on Thursday April 10th, 2014

Public Sector Cuts

Unions representing people who work for the Ontario government in Kingston and across the province have joined forces to fight cutbacks.
OPSEU and five other unions representing 57 thousand members say they’re waging a war against Premier Kathleen Wynne.  They say the government is demanding cuts to members’ health and retiree benefits as well as sick pay and future salaries.

Flooding Update

The flood waters are continuing to rise north of Kingston, Napanee, Gananoque and Belleville.
Six communities west and north of Kingston have declared a state of emergency…including Stone Mills Township.
Roads are flooded and the Gananoque, Salmon, Napanee and Moira Rivers are continuing to rise.
Conservation Authority officials believe water levels will be rising by about 4cm or an inch and a half a day for the next few days.
People are hoping sandbags around their homes will keep the flood waters away.

 

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Kingston News on Wednesday April 16th, 2014

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Here is a look at what is making news in Kingston on Wednesday April 16th, 2014

 

Rain – Flooding

Rain has added to flooding problems north of Kingston, Gananoque and Belleville.
Kingston got 13mm or about half an inch of rain yesterday.
Lakes, rivers and streams have spilled over their banks flooding low lying areas.
An updated flood warning from the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority says property owners along the shores of lakes in the Rideau Canal and Cataraqui watershed should take steps to protect their property from rising water levels.
Perth Road in the area of Collins Creek is slushy and icy due to flooding and some roads in the Foxboro area, north of Belleville, have been closed due to flooding.

New Detachment Commander

The OPP detachment responsible for the area just north of Kingston is getting a new commanding officer.
Sergeant Sharron Brown is being promoted to Staff Sergeant on May 5th and will take over the Frontenac Detachment.  The detachment headquarters is just off Highway 38 in Hartington.
Brown has been a police officer for 26 years…14 of those with the OPP.

 

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Kingston News on Tuesday April 15th, 2014

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Here is a look at what is making news in Kingston on Tuesday April 15th, 2014
Referendum Question

The councillor proposing a referendum question on a casino in Kingston says it may not come up for a vote at city council tonight.  Councillor Rob Hutcheson’s motion calls for the referendum question to determine if voters support a casino or not.  Hutcheson says it may not be voted on because the city solicitor considers the city’s consultation process to be over.  Council voted in favor of considering a casino in 2012.
The city has until the end of this month to decide if a referendum question will be included on the October municipal election ballot.

Priest-Sentenced

A Catholic priest has been sentenced to 16 months in jail after being found guilty in January of sexual assaulting a boy on Wolfe Island in 2004.  64 year old Rene Labelle has also received 30 months probation and will be placed on the sex offender registry for 10 years.  Labelle is appealing his conviction and has applied for bail pending the outcome of the appeal.

 

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Kingston News on Monday April 14th, 2014

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Here is a look at what is making news in Kingston Monday April 14th, 2014

 

Haunted Peak

Kingston becomes Hollywood north today.
About 300 extras are being used for scenes for the Guillermo del Torro gothic horror film…Haunted Peak.  Market Square, Market Street and a portion of King Street have been transformed into 1901.

Market Street is closed and King Street is closed between Brock Street and Earl Street for the movie filming.
Both streets will be closed until11pm tomorrow night.

Food Truck – Movie Spinoff

A new venture by a Kingston area company is being used to provide food for the movie crew filming in downtown Kingston.  Mobile Kitchens Canada has developed a special food truck for the movie industry.  The company from Inverary is well known for mobile kitchens built into trailers that can be transported to virtually any location.
President David Craig says the food truck developed for the movie industry is 34 feet long…about twice the size of a normal food truck.  They’ve also developed a regular size food truck that will operate as Burrito Bunker on Gardiners Road in Kingston this year.

 

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Eli Young Band “Up Close & Personal”

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Meet this week’s “Friday FurBall”- Hulk

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HulkMeet This week’s “Friday FurBall”- Hulk
Hulk came to us as a stray at the beginning of spring and is determined to find his forever home before summer! With a lovely disposition and emerald green eyes to match, we believe that he can fulfill this goal. If you come to the KHS for a visit and make your way to our second cat room, you will see this gentleman perched on his bed patiently awaiting his new family. Hulk is on the larger side of the spectrum and his heart is just as big. When you approach his temporary home, you will find he has abandoned his bed and is as close to you as possible – could you be who he has been waiting for? If you are on the prowl for the strong, silent type – Hulk is your cat!
For more on Hulk click here
If you would like to adopt Hulk 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 on Friday April 11th, 2014

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Here is a look at what is making news in Kingston on Friday April 11th, 2014

 

Rusty Eye – No Wrongdoing

The integrity commissioner hired by Kingston city council says councillor Bill Glover should not face any sanctions over the fight to count students in the city’s electoral districts.
Glover was the subject of an investigation by Toronto lawyer George Rust-D’Eye.
Rust-D’Eye’s report will be presented at Kingston City Council on Tuesday.
Glover was opposed to the city council decision not to count students and eliminate his electoral district.
The city lost its case at the Ontario Municipal Board.
Glover has decided he won’t be running in the municipal election this October.

Suspicious Fire

Kingston Police say a fire on Compton Street may have been deliberately set and detectives are asking for help from the public.
Anyone with information about the fire in a townhome unit at 70Compton Street at 3:30 yesterday morning is being asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.
The fire was quickly put out and there were no injuries.

 

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Kingston News on Thursday April 10th, 2014

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Here is a look at what is making news in Kingston on Thursday April 10th, 2014

 

Blues Festival

Downtown Kingston has announced the headliners for the 2014 edition of the Limestone City Blues Festival.  The 18th annual festival will feature Tommy Castro and the Painkillers as the headlining act in Springer Market Square on Saturday, August 23rd.
Their sound is described as an irresistible blend of blues, rock and soul.
The festival will kick off on Thursday, August 21st with Harrison Kennedy in Confederation Park.
The Friday night headliner is Lincoln Durham.

Fire – Napanee

The cause of a fire in Napanee that destroyed a home hasn’t been determined.
Nobody was injured in the fire at 400 Townline Road last night.
Firefighters arrived on the scene shortly before seven and found heavy smoke coming from the attic of the house.
The Loyalist Fire Department sent a pumper, tanker and crews to the scene to assist in fighting the fire.
Damage is estimated at 400 thousand dollars.

 

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