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  1. Queen’s welcomes back summer camps ; Building a portfolio of inclusivity and community at Queen’s; Founder of Art Conservation program appointed to Order of Canada; Queen’s releases report following dialogues on Indigeneity ; Queen’s secures second consecutive top 10 position globally in Times Higher Education Impact Rankings

  2. News & Events; Collaborations; ... located beyond the ground floor workstations. ... Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Queen's University is situated on traditional ...

  3. The Queen's Learning Commons (QLC) is both a hub of services supporting formal academic programs, and a meeting place within Stauffer Library. The QLC is a cooperative partnership bringing together a number of academic support services in one central space, providing services to students in all disciplines.

  4. Jul 13, 2022 · Details on how it will draw solely renewable power from Ontario’s predominantly clean electricity grid were not immediately available. Construction at the 350-acre (140-hectare) site in Loyalist — located on the Highway 401 corridor just west of Kingston and roughly midway between Toronto and Montreal — is scheduled to start next year.

  5. One of the main cultural venues in the greater Kingston region, the City of Kingston's Grand Theatre serves as the prime performing arts venue for hundreds of professional and amateur performances annually including ballet, modern dance, theatre, variety, musicals, comedy and more.

  6. Dec 24, 2021 · Queen’s University at Kingston. Being the first University in Canada to provide higher education to women in the country, Queen’s University holds a royalty of 178 years. Its serene campus and diverse programs attract a large number of students from over 114 countries and it is also among the top medical colleges in Canada.

  7. › wiki › OntarioOntario - Wikipedia

    Located in Central Canada, it is Canada's most populous province, with 38.3 percent of the country's population, and is the second-largest province by total area (after Quebec). Ontario is Canada's fourth-largest jurisdiction in total area when the territories of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut are included.