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Rideau Heights Community Centre

Rideau

posted by: johnkent in: Community

Rideau   Rideau Heights, Greenridge Place, Markers Acres   Ridea is a unique neighbourhood in Kingston. Though much of the development is older, there are some new houses under construction in the northern section of the community. This district is

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Everyone should visit Kingston

City North West

posted by: wesellkingston in: Community

  Westbrooke, Woodhaven, Cataraqui Woods, Midland Park Bounded by Princess Street to the south, Gardener’s Road to the East, and the 401 to the north, City North West is experiencing significant growth with several subdivisions in various states of development.

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Everyone should visit Lemoine Point in City South West Kingston.

City South West

posted by: wesellkingston in: Community

    Reddendale, Welborne, Lakeland Acres, Auden Park and Henderson Place, Point Pleasant     Nestled between Days Road and Bayridge Drive south of Bath Road, this neighbourhood was built mainly before Bayridge Drive connected Bath Road to Front Road.

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North of Taylor Kidd

posted by: wesellkingston in: Community

Neighbourhoods   Ridgewood Estates High Gate Park Cedarwood Sutton Place   Located to the west of Gardeners Road between Princess Street and Taylor Kidd, this community is well balanced with a range of new and old homes and many retail

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Kingston East

posted by: wesellkingston in: Community

    Barriefield Village, Windsor Court, Grenadier Village, McLean Park, Greenwood Park, Bakers Point, L. Burke Park, Ravenview, Popular Grove, St. Lawrence Woods, King Pitt, Glen Lawrence, Milton Subdivision, Groosewoods, Eastview, Fort Henry Heights     Anchored by CFB Kingston and

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The Kingston Film Festival is a one of a kind.

4 Reasons You Should Go To The Kingston Film Festival

posted by: wesellkingston in: Community

Everyone loves film.   The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is more than just a bunch of fan boys and girls throwing a party. In fact, the festival is the largest one of its kind dedicated to exclusively playing Canadian films.

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