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Miss Emily LIVE on IWUC!

Local music legend, Miss Emily made a surprise phone call to Indie Wake Up Call around 8:30 AM!  Our host, Cyndy Gibson got to talk to Miss Emily about her new album LIVE at The Isabel!  Listen to the conversation, support this amazing artist and get your hands that CD today!

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Today in YGK – Interview with Wendy Huot of The Screening Room

In this week’s episode of Today in YGK, Alexandra sits down with Wendy Huot, owner and operator of The Screening Room in Kingston, Ontario. With COVID-19 impacting operations and attendance, Wendy has come up with different ways that the community can help and support this beloved Kingston business. Check out upcoming screenings by visiting this […]

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Today in YGK – Queen’s International Student Working Group

Join Alexandra as she sits down with Canan Sahin and Nathalia Santos Ocasio, both Queen’s University PhD students who are a part of the Queen’s International Student Working Group. The group recently launched an online auction to help raise funds for Queen’s graduate international students who have lost funding due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and […]

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The Question of Ranked Ballots in YGK

Kingston City Councillors Jim Neill (Williamsville District), Mary Rita Holland (Kingscourt-Rideau District) and Robert Kiley (Trillium District) drop by the virtual studio in this episode with guest host, Dinah Jansen.  In this episode, the council members discuss the Ontario Government’s Oct. 20th 2020 amendment to the 1996 Municipal Elections Act, legislation that removes the framework […]

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Today in YGK – Queen’s International Graduate Students Losing TAships

In this week’s episode of Today in YGK, Alexandra sits down with Harshavardhan Thyagarajan, a graduate student of Queen’s University, to talk about Queen’s International Graduate Students losing their teaching assistant positions due to the fact that they do not reside in the country during this pandemic, which is posing a lot of difficulty.

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