Queen's participates in Kingston Advocacy Day at Queen's Park
A delegation from Queen’s was in Toronto on Oct. 2 to take part in the second annual Kingston Advocacy Day at Queen’s Park. Organized by the City of Kingston, the advocacy day is intended to raise the profile of Kingston and highlight the participating organizations.
"It means a great deal for us to be able to join together with our community partners, including the City of Kingston and St. Lawrence College, to promote the wonderful city we call home,” says Daniel Woolf, Principal and Vice-Chancellor. “We are particularly pleased to be able to showcase the achievements of our students at Queen's Park, and to demonstrate some of the innovative contributions they are making to our province and its economy."
Pictured, from left to right, are Allison Williams, AMS Academic Affairs Commissioner; The Honourable Kathleen Wynne (Artsci’77), Premier of Ontario; Thomas Pritchard, AMS Vice-President (University Affairs); The Honourable John Gerretsen (Artsci’64, Law’67), MPP for Kingston and the Islands and Attorney General of Ontario; Catherine Wright, AMS Municipal Affairs Commissioner; and Principal Daniel Woolf (Artsci’80).