News from Kingston Whig-Standard
The Basic Income Guarantee would see the establishment of a base income level for all Canadians; anyone who didn't reach that level would have their income topped up through the tax system.
"If we consider the relationship between health and poverty, what makes a lot of people sick is just the fact that they are poor:" John R. Done, Kingston Community Legal Clinic.
Borrowers beware, bad credit can make it harder to rent a home.
Correctional Service Canada has responded to union concerns about double-bunking -- housing two inmates in a unit designed for one -- in Kingston-area prisons, by saying it is used to address short-term accommodation needs, a result of the growing prison population.
A Grade 12 law class from Kingston Collegiate in Kingston has spent the past seven weeks working on a justice education program that will eventually be broadcast on the radio.