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Kingston, Ontario has also been referred to as the Limestone City due to all of the historical buildings made from limestone that are found throughout the city. The population of Kingston is approximately 117, 000, with the male population accounting for 40% and the female population accounting for 51%. The city of Kingston, Ontario, Canada has a major historical significance in Canadian history. Very few people know that Kingston was in fact the very first capital of Canada! Before Confederation, Kingston was the capital of the Untied Canada’s from 1841 to 1844.
Two historical facts about Kingston are the Seven Years War and the fact that Sir John A Macdonald was born in Kingston.
A major influence and importance to the area of Kingston (located within the Frontenac area/Fort Frontenac) would have to be the presence of the Canadian military forces. One of the reasons as to why the Canadian military has such a strong presence within Kingston is the fact that Kingston, Ontario is located near the border of the United States of America and Canada. In the past our military was needed there to protect our new land of Canada from being invaded and taken over by the United States. Kingston was also a major center for shipbuilding during the First and Second World War, and a flight training camp during the Second World War. Today the Royal Military College of Canada is still located in Kingston, on Point Frederick and there are Canadian Forces schools in downtown Kingston.
Kingston’s economy is strongly based on the public sector, such as health care, education, government, tourism/culture, research/development and manufacturing. The major educational institution within Kingston include Queen’s University and the Royal Military College. Queen’s University (13,000 undergraduate students and 4,000 graduate students is a very prestigious university) and is one of Canada’s oldest universities. Kingston’s Queen’s is home to the oldest radio station broadcasting center for CFRC-FM.
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216 Ontario St
Kingston, ON K7L 2Z3