Raptors Win – Kawhi

The Toronto Raptors are N-B-A champions for the first time in franchise history.

They beat the Golden State Warriors 114-110 in Game 6 of the N-B-A Finals at Oracle Arena.

Raptors star Kawhi Leonard was named Finals M-V-P.

Cheers erupted at the Memorial Centre in Kingston where fans gathered to watch the game last night and fans are still celebrating in Toronto.

A victory parade is planned for Monday.


Structural Problem

A structural problem at the Harbour Place condo on Ontario Street has resulted in 15 units in the building being evacuated while repairs are being made.

Residents in the other 108 units are still living in the 15 story building on the waterfront even though the building is surrounded by fencing with a sign saying…Do Not Enter.

Bendale Property Management says engineers are working on corrective measures and they expect the problem to be resolved in a short period of time.



More contraband has turned up at Collins Bay Institution.

The Correctional Service says two packages were found just before 6am last Friday…one on the perimeter of the maximum security unit and one in the yard of the medium security unit.

The packages contained marijuana, tobacco and cell phones.

Nobody has been arrested. Police and Corrections are investigating.



Kingston Pride is holding its Pride Parade tomorrow.

It will start at 11am on Princess Street.

The Commander of the Canadian Defence Academy at CFB Kingston, Rear Admiral, Luc Cassivi is
Grand Marshall of the parade.

The day starts with an opening ceremonies at 9:45 in the morning at the Pride Community Fair in Confederation Park.

Canadian wrestling legend Bret – The Hitman – Hart headlines a star-studded wrestling legends convention and wrestling show at the Leon’s Centre tomorrow.

Proceeds from The Chinlock for Charity Legends of Wrestling Convention will go to Youth Diversion and Community Living Kingston and District.

The event runs from 10am to 4pm tomorrow.