Kingston Police preparing for Queen's Homecoming celebrations
Police are calling on students to attend sanctioned events during homecoming celebrations at Queen's University that begin today and run through the weekend.
Kingston police say mass gatherings present safety concerns and warn that injuries may become more serious if emergency services are impeded by blocked roadways.
They say homecoming will be treated like any other day by law enforcement and officers will be issuing fines for blocking roads and sidewalks, carrying open liquor, public intoxication and underage drinking.
Last year, police made 19 arrests and issued 166 tickets or charges during Queen's University homecoming events.
Larry and Sgt. Schmidt discuss big rigs and the innovative way the OPP is conducting this blitz.
Larry and the panel discuss Sue-Ann's recent business trip to China and Vietnam, Dino's Komedy For Kidneys benefit, who is recording Niagara Regional Council meetings, new pot revenue deals and much more.
Larry and Yvan discuss the progress of his private member's bill at Queen's Park.