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  • Kingston Man Given One Year To Live Receives A Miracle

    This morning, we spoke with Ross Mangan, a 31 year-old Kingston father who, last November, was given one year to live by doctors because of a rare heart tumour. He told us how his diagnosis has changed after a very rare surgery was performed in Toronto. 
  • Kingston teacher creates Reid and Ben "Pocket Buddies" for charity

    Mme Jacynthe is a grade 4 teacher at Madeleine-de-Roybon in Kingston and for the past 8 years she, along with her students, have been making “Pocket Buddies” and selling them raising money for various organizations. She actually just made two hilarious Pocket Dolls of Reid and Ben and she shared more info about her initiative. If you'd like to bid on them, here's the link. https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=10161159146028102&set=a.10151605305698102
  • Dr. Gerald Evans Talks AstraZeneca And Schools Returning In-Person

    We were joined by Dr. Gerald Evans, the medical director of infection prevention and  control at Kingston Health Sciences Centre, who spoke about Ontario's recent pause of first-dose AstraZeneca as well as the possibility of schools returning to in-class learning before the end of the year. 
  • A Rapid Fire Quiz For Cst. Bryan and KGH's Emily McMillan

    It's Police Week AND National Nursing Week, so we tracked down a Kingston household that features both jobs. We called our buddy Cst. Bryan McMillan and his wife Emily, a longtime nurse and program manager at KGH, to give them a little quiz about their relationship.
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