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Noise exemption granted

town-gown

Noise exemption granted

The unanimous passage of a temporary noise bylaw exemption for Queen’s at the July 15 city council meeting has received mixed reactions from local residents.

City Council approves noise bylaw exemption

Town Gown

City Council approves noise bylaw exemption

The University’s application for a temporary noise bylaw exemption for Richardson Stadium and West Campus turf fields passed unanimously at City Council Tuesday evening, albeit ...

Administration to pay back red pension funds

finances

Administration to pay back red pension funds

The University has agreed to repay $456 million in deficits accrued from operating the Queen’s Pension Plan (QPP) beginning in 2015 — but any effects ...

Candidates talk student issues

elections

Candidates talk student issues

With the upcoming provincial election around the corner, candidates for the riding of Kingston and the Islands are taking time during the campaign period to ...

Prof target of poster campaign

Feminism

Prof target of poster campaign

Posters accusing Queen’s philosophy professor Adèle Mercier of being a “rape apologist” were plastered around campus this afternoon.