SNC-Lavalin Trudeau 

Justin Trudeau takes full responsibility for the S-N-C Lavalin affair, but ALSO takes issue with some of the ethics commissioner’s findings.

Ethics watchdog Mario Dion found Trudeau violated conflict-of-interest rules by pressuring then-attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to get criminal proceedings turned into a type of plea agreement instead.

Trudeau says while lessons have been learned, he will not apologize for his involvement, adding his job is to stand up for Canadians and to defend their interests.


Spitting on Police

A 21-year-old Kingston woman is facing charges for assaulting police after an incident on Tuesday.

Police were called to a home in the west end where the intoxicated woman had barricaded herself inside a family member’s car.

When police tried to intervene, the woman allegedly spit on her hand and wiped it on the officer.

She was taken into police custody and was later released with conditions.



Smoking Challenge

KFLA Public Health is supporting The Canadian Cancer Society’s First Week Challenge.

The Challenge offers residents the chance to win $500 by quitting smoking for the first 7 days of the month.

Studies show those who quit for 7 days are more likely to kick the habit for good.

You can register for the challenge at



Free For Students

The City of Kingston is reminding high school students they can ride the bus for free during the school year.

Any student from Grade 9 to 12 can sign up for a free student pass which covers the cost to ride the bus from September until next August.

Sign up information can be found on the city’s website.