Connections: Care Not Cops and Encampment Support Network YGK

November 1, 7-8pm online (zoom info below)


  • Care Not Cops on the relationship between Queen’s University and the Kingston Police, namely through the Student District Safety Initiative and the Nuisance Party Bylaw.
  • Encampment Support Network YGK talking about the Community Standards Bylaw and why it will harm the most marginalized in our communities

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