Kingston Region

The City of Kingston is situated between the Nation’s Capital; Ottawa, Ontario and Ontario’s largest city; Toronto, Ontario and located where the southernmost end of the Rideau Canal meets Lake Ontario at the mouth of St. Lawrence River and the Western gateway to the Thousand Islands.

Downtown Kingston is home to many festivals in the summer and winter. Summertime brings many tourists and locals to events such as the Limestone Blues Festival, Kingston Jazz Festival, Kingston Canadian Film Festival and the infamous Kingston Buskers Rendezvous! In the winter, Febfest is the place to be for fun and activities of all ages.

Queen’s University and Canada’s only Military University; Royal Military College of Canada, are both found in the heart of the city. With the combination of Limestone District School Board and the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, Kingston offers an abundance of primary and secondary education to choose from within any area of Kingston.

Kingston, Ontario is a great place to live filled with history, culture, arts and entertainment and endless opportunities for things to do. Whether it is a walk down Princess Street taking in the shops and restaurants, a ferry ride over to Wolfe Island or walking on one of Kingston’s many trails or paths, Kingston will always offer a joyous time.