The university and the city of Kingston have had enough and say that from now on anyone anyone at the street parties who is charged under the Liquor License Act, the noise bylaw or the city’s new nuisance parties bylaw will not only need to pay a fine, but will also have to appear in court as well.
By making them appear in court it will give the school a record of what students are the biggest problem, and it will be able to further discipline students if it sees fit to.
A new survey suggests that Canadian credit cards are going to get put to good use once COVID-19 restrictions ease up.
Conducted by insurance comparison website RATESDOTCA, the study suggests that 72% of Canadians expect they'll increase their post-pandemic monthly credit card spending in certain areas, primarily on dining and travelling.
Despite that, though, the survey suggests some Canadians won't spend as much money after the pandemic as they did before it started.
While 42% of respondents say their monthly travelling spending dropped once the pandemic began, only 36% say they'll increase their spending back to pre-pandemic levels.
And while 39% of respondents said their spending at restaurants dropped by $50 during the pandemic, only 33% of respondents say they'll go back to spending that extra $50 at restaurants each month.