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Grade 9 Students Ride the Bus for Free

Grade 9 Students Ride the Bus for Free

Grade 9 students are being offered a free Kingston Transit Pass to encourage them to ride the bus to access recreational programs throughout the city as part of Kingston Gets Active’s Grade 9 Community Activity Pass program. Kingston Gets Active, a community-wide partnership of organizations including school

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Kingston’s Active Living Charter

Kingston’s Active Living Charter

Here is the City of Kingston’s Active Living Charter, which outlines how the City of Kingston is looking to integrate physical activity into daily routines. This charter provides guidance as to policies, community designs, infrastructure, equipment, community recreation programming, education and awareness, and methods for working together. Active

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Free & Low-Cost Recreation in Kingston for the summer

Free & Low-Cost Recreation in Kingston for the summer

There are so many ways to get active in Kingston without having to spend much money.  Free acitivities include:  Family Fit-Stops in the parks, splash pads & wading pools, free Friday swims, neighborhood park drop-in programs for kids and free recreation facility use with the grade 5 &

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Get Your New Kingston Cycling Map!

Get Your New Kingston Cycling Map!

Spring is in the air, an ideal time to ditch the car and start commuting and exploring by bicycle.   Kingston city cycling maps have just been released by KCAT (Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation).  Included on the map are the K & P Trail, the Waterfront Trail and the

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Kingston Transit’s Rack & Roll Service is up and running!

Kingston Transit’s Rack & Roll Service is up and running!

The Rack and Roll service on Kingston Transit has started up again for the season.  Cyclists can use Rack and Roll to help them travel with their bikes. The service, which permits cyclists to store their bikes on the front of a bus when they ride Kingston Transit, is starting

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