St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

St. Andrew's Church is a Presbyterian Church in . The church opened for service in 1822. St. Andrew's was the centre of Presbyterianism in Upper Canada, and the church was instrumental in the establishment of Queen's College, later to become .

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Queen's University at Kingston is a public research university in , Ontario, Canada.

Hotel Dieu Hospital is a hospital in , , .

Chalmers United Church in , Canada is a United Church of Canada church.

Leon's Centre is an indoor stadium in downtown , Canada, at the intersection of Ontario Street and Place d'Armes.

St. George's Cathedral in , , is the cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

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Portsmouth Village is a formerly incorporated village in which was annexed to become a neighbourhood of , , in 1952.

Kingston Mills, located approximately 7 kilometres north of downtown , is the southern-most lockstation and one of 24 lockstations of the Rideau Canal system.

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