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Kingston Currents: March 5, 2024

In this episode of Kingston Currents, CFRC’s Broadcast Journalist sits down with Mona Rahman to talk about this year’s Give 30 campaign, supporting local food banks during the month of Ramadan. CFRC’s Chloe Paris sits down with Nikhil Aurora to chat about events at the Queen’s Observatory in anticipation of the April 2024 solar eclipse.

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Kingston Currents: February 29, 2024

This episode of Kingston Currents zeroes in on the Kingston Canadian Film Festival, featuring interviews with directors for two films being featured this week. CFRC’s Broadcast Journalist sits down to talk about Dark Highway, a documentary feature which exposes the reality of human trafficking in Ontario. Next, we get into Who’s yer Father?, an east […]

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Kingston Currents: February 27, 2024

In this episode of Kingston Current’s, CFRC’s Broadcast Journalist Christena Lawrie covers some highlights from last week’s city council meeting, updates from the City, an upcoming event at St. Lawrence College, and more. She also sits down with Jeremy Larter, Director of Maritimer mystery-comedy ‘Who’s yer Father’, one of the films featured in the 2024 […]

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Kingston Currents: February 20, 2024

In this episode of Kingston Currents, we talk about a new report released by the Kingston Health Coalition regarding increased costs associated with Kingston Health Sciences Centre’s partnership with a for-profit clinic for cataract surgeries. We sit down with Kingston’s Donna Gillespie, CEO of Kingston Economic Development, who was recently awarded with the highest honour in […]

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Kingston Currents: February 8, 2024

In this episode of Kingston Currents, Christena Lawrie sits down with Catherine Elsdon, Minister of Faith United Church and Sydenham Street United, to chat about the Pancake Supper being hosted at The Spire this Tuesday in support of the Indigenous Food Sovereignty Garden. Next, Sam Macleod, Manager at The Spire, joins us to talk about […]

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Kingston Currents: February 1, 2024

In this episode of Kingston Currents, we sit down with Kathleen O’Hara with No Clearcuts Kingston Inc. to discuss the upcoming hearing regarding the former Tannery site and the rally NCK is hosting on Sunday. Next, we celebrate 25 years with the ReelOut Queer Film Festival, featuring an interview with founder Marney McDiarmid.

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Kingston Currents: January 30, 2024

In this episode of Kingston Currents, we discuss how Kingstonians are observing the National Day of Remembrance of the Quebec City Mosque Attack and Action Against Islamophobia. Next, we get into council’s decision to delay increasing the City’s greenhouse gas emission reduction target to 2025. Also, tune in for winter safety reminders from the City […]

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Kingston Currents: January 23, 2024

In this episode of Kingston Currents, CFRC’s Chloe Paris sits down with two members of Queen’s Musical Theatre to chat about their currently running production; The Prom.  Next, Broadcast Journalist Christena Lawrie sits down with a member of Queen’s Students vs Cuts to discuss the latest updates in the conversation surrounding the Queen’s budget cuts.

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