1. Kingston Ontario is famed for its lively calypsos and its relics of buccaneering days.
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5. Kingston Ontario has two major east-west routes, both starting from Montreal in the neighbouring province of Quebec.
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9. Kingston Ontario became a hotbed for the illegal smuggling of liquor and the biggest supplier into the United States, which was under complete prohibition.
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17. In 2014, Kingston Ontario was named one of the top seven intelligent communities in the world by Intelligent Community Forum.
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21. In 2013, Kingston Ontario hosted the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the national women's curling championship.
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22. Kingston Ontario sits amid excellent cruising and boating territory, with easy access to Lake Ontario, the St Lawrence River, and the Thousand Islands including the St Lawrence Islands National Park.
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25. Kingston Ontario is within the Mixedwood Plains Ecozone, and is dominated in the Kingston area by a mixture of deciduous and coniferous tree species and abundant water resources The region is underlain mostly by Ordovician limestone of the Black River Group.
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27. Kingston Ontario is the site of two universities, Queen's University and the Royal Military College of Canada, and a community college, St Lawrence College.
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30. Kingston Ontario is a regular stop on train service operating between Toronto and Ottawa and between Toronto and Montreal.
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32. Kingston Ontario is a regional health care centre, anchored by Kingston General Hospital and the medical school at Queen's.
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