Tag Archives: Kingston Penitentiary

I Will Have To Take Your Camera Says Welcome Hall Mission Volunteer


I understand the right to privacy, but places like the Welcome Hall Mission need to understand that they are part of a large community and what they do in their place, their building affects the whole neighbourhood. If these men are indeed ex-cons as I know a lot of them are and they are getting help there that is all good, but this kind of sanctioned heavy-handed treatment of people does not dot The Welcome Hall Mission, or the people they are trying to help any good. Continue reading

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A Visit To Kingston In The Summertime


From the Costco where I bought my new video camera to the people in the ice cream, parlour and the lady who sold me the paintings I would like to say what a delight you are, how courteous you are and how easy you made it for a person like me to spend a day in your city. I would encourage all who like to travel to spend at the very least one day in Kingston Ontario Continue reading

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Winter Time In Kingston Ontario / Canada’s Hidden Treasures


      I learned something about how I was seeing Canada and avoiding winter exploration and I think that I am not alone.  The city of Kingston in  Ontario sits approximately half way between Montreal, Quebec and Toronto, Ontario. Except … Continue reading

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Russell Williams / Why No Pension Or Medals?


Russell Williams Russell Williams, the former commander of Canadian Forces Base Trenton and a decorated pilot, was sentenced to two life sentences on Thursday for the first-degree murders of Cpl. Marie-France Comeau and Jessica Lloyd. He will not be eligible for parole for … Continue reading

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