The City of Kingston, often referred to as the Limestone City, is conveniently located halfway between Montreal and Toronto and only a two hour drive from our Nation’s capital. Located where Lake Ontario meets the St. Lawrence River, Kingston has become a popular site for sailing, diving, and other water activities.
Kingston has much to offer residents and tourists alike. It is home to many restaurants, patios, shops and boutiques. Some of Kingston’s main attractions include the Grand Theatre, Leon’s Centre, Fort Henry, Kingston Public Market and tours of the famous 1000 Islands.
With festivals and events taking place throughout the year, there is never a shortage of things to do in Kingston. Outdoor skating in Springer Market Square, Feb Fest, Kingston Buskers Festival, and Limestone City Blues Festival are popular annual events in the city.
Kingston is rich in history and tradition with its downtown core filled with historic buildings, museums and architecture. Kingston is home to Queen’s University, The Royal Military College of Canada, and St. Lawrence College.
Kingston is fortunate to provide highly specialized health care to patients in our region at the Kingston Health Sciences Center and the Cancer Center of South Eastern Ontario.
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