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Haunted Walk Favourites: What to See, Do and Savour in Kingston, Ontario

by Jim Dean on May 3, 2017 Comments Off on Haunted Walk Favourites: What to See, Do and Savour in Kingston, Ontario
Planning a trip to Kingston, Ontario? Our tour guides share their local knowledge and favourite adventures to help you plan the perfect visit to the Limestone City! You Must Check Out.... The Haunted Walk of Kingston 200 Ontario Street The #1-ranked tour of Kingston on TripAdvisor! Founded in Kingston in 1995, The Haunted Walk is...read more
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Toronto is Captured by the Americans!

by Jim Dean on April 27, 2017 Comments Off on Toronto is Captured by the Americans!
On this day (April 27) in 1813, Toronto (then known as York) was captured by foreign invaders from the south. An American force of around 1,800, supported by a naval flotilla, landed on the lake shore to the west and advanced against the town, which was defended by an outnumbered force of regulars, militia and Ojibway...read more
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5 Ways The Haunted Walk Will Make Your Field Trip Unforgettable

by Jim Dean on April 13, 2017 Comments Off on 5 Ways The Haunted Walk Will Make Your Field Trip Unforgettable
Educational All of our tour products are strongly linked to the Ontario elementary and secondary school curriculums. These connections cover a variety of subjects including History, English/French, Drama, Civics and Canadian Law. Many of our tour guides are in the process of becoming teachers themselves. Experiential Getting out of the classroom is an incredible educational...read more
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Haunted Walk Calls For Kingston Pen to Become “Alcatraz of the North”

by Jim Dean on March 14, 2017 Comments Off on Haunted Walk Calls For Kingston Pen to Become “Alcatraz of the North”
***Deadline for public consultation on the future of Kingston Penitentiary is Friday, March 17th, 2017*** All Canadians can help preserve this National Historic Site by writing a short email to: Site Planning Consultants: portsmouthvisioning@planpart.ca Mayor Bryan Paterson: mayor@cityofkingston.ca Haunted Walks' Letter to the Editor published in the Kingston Whig-Standard, March 14, 2017: Having participated in the city's consultations on the future of...read more
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How to Make Friends and Create Extraordinary Experiences

by Jim Dean on November 10, 2016 Comments Off on How to Make Friends and Create Extraordinary Experiences
We recently had the privilege of being part of the Stars of the City evening of recognition in Ottawa. This event, organized by Ottawa Tourism, pays tribute to all those who go the extra mile in making Canada’s Capital an extraordinary place to visit. We were especially proud to be on hand as we had...read more
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