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An Ontario City Has Lit Up With Glowing Hearts To Spread Love During Lockdown (PHOTOS)

"Knowing we are contributing to love and happiness is a wonderful feeling."
An Ontario City Has Lit Up With Glowing Hearts To Spread Love During Lockdown (PHOTOS)

One Ontario city is creating love and unity in a unique way during difficult times.

Neon hearts in downtown Kingston are shining from store windows, reminding passers-by to Love Kingston, Love Local and Support Local.

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The luminous hearts were purchased by The Tourism Working Group, and Downtown Kingston! BIA and Tourism Kingston helped distribute them to local stores at the beginning of December.

Downtown Kingston! BIA told Narcity that the core message behind the symbols is love and unity.

"Multiple people and businesses have reached out to say that seeing the hearts makes them so happy," Downtown Kingston! said in an email.

"Knowing we are contributing to love and happiness is a wonderful feeling."

Downtown Kingston! hopes that businesses will keep the hearts up for as long as possible to continue to spread love.

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Queen's University Students Who Hung Sexist Signs Last Weekend Are Now Facing Consequences

The signs read "lockdown your daughters not Kingston" and other sexist comments.

Queen's University students who hung sexist banners outside of their homes this homecoming weekend are now facing the consequences.

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Ontario Restaurant's Liquor Licence Suspended For Refusing To Follow COVID-19 Rules

The restaurant reportedly refused to comply with vaccine certificates.

Kingston restaurant J.A.K.K. Tuesdays won't be serving up any alcoholic drinks for the time being.

The Registrar of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) announced in a press release on September 30 that it has issued an "Order of Interim Suspension of the liquor licence of J.A.K.K. Tuesdays" for "public interest and safety." The suspension is "effective immediately."

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Kingston Police Cracked Down On Massive Parties Near Queen's University Last Weekend

Kingston Police charged over $110,000 worth of fines this weekend.

Partiers near Queen's University are not slowing down any time soon with another weekend of massive crowds.

Kingston Police posted a news release on September 7 addressing their enforcement of the University District Safety Initiative (UDSI) this past long weekend, when massive crowds partied in the University District.

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