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A new club in Kingston is innovating tech solutions for medical problems.

Medical Makers is a global organization based in Toronto that works to create open-source 3D printing prototypes that benefit patients and health-care providers, especially in a humanitarian setting.

Kingston job symposium targets college, university grads

A local employment agency is hosting a career symposium this week for a group that is not catered to as much. Kingston Employment and Youth Services (KEYS) Job Centre is hosting the Next Gen at Work Symposium for college and university graduates.

Innovate Kingston gets $100,000 grant from city

Innovate Kingston, a not-for-profit organization set up to foster new businesses, was initially seeking grants of $100,000 a year in 2018 and 2019 to cover the organization’s operational and administrative costs.

Wavve Boating Inc. Launches Navigation App for the Recreational Boating Market

Wavve Boating Inc., a Kingston-based start-up striving to bring the boating industry into the present with simple, intuitive, and community-oriented solutions has launched its first mobile app in the Apple Store.

Building 'Tiny Houses' to Better Themselves and the Community

Get an in depth look at what one of The Breakout Project Teams, Focus Forward for Indigenous Youth, is all about and what they have planned for the future.