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All in a Day with Alan Neal brings Kingston community together with live radio broadcast from Kingston library

All in a Day's live from Kingston brings people together through live music and important conversations relevant to the community
Alan Neal, host of All in a Day encourages audience to cheer during. (Lars Hagberg)

Continuing with CBC Ottawa's library partnership with the Kingston Frontenac Public Library, All in a Day hosted a live and in person radio broadcast. This event continued to highlight everything that Kingston has to offer by celebrating and examining the lives of few Kingstonians, and the important issues that are relevant to their community.

Held on April 29th at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library's Central Branch, this very special broadcast of All in a Day also brought incredible live musical performances by local Kingston artists, Miss Emily, Tyendinaga's KaKaow, as well as a surprise performance by The Tragically Hip's, Paul Langlois.


Listen to this special radio broadcast of All in a Day with Alan Neal here.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Kingston Residents on the city's housing crisis
  • How Tipi Moza responds to the housing needs of Indigenous people in Kingston
  • Kingston, Ontario - a writer's paradise
  • City of Kingston on housing crisis
  • Paul Langlois live on All in a Day's special Kingston show
(Constance Intounas)

To learn more about CBC Ottawa's library partnership with the Kingston Frontenac Public Library, click on the following articles below: 

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