Current Issue
March 15, 2023

Published bimonthly since 1985, this glossy city magazine features the stories, accomplishments and passions of Kingstonians.

Look for your copy of the March issue of Profile Kingston now! Feature articles include: Chantal Thompson, written by Nancy Dorrance with photography by Bernard Clark; Aaron Forsyth, written by Seth DuChene with photography by Bernard Clark; and Elizabeth Turcke, written by Christine Hamelin with photography by Kat Kopiak. Cover photography by Bernard Clark.

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Profile 1

Chantal Thompson

By Nancy Dorrance

with photography by Bernard Clark

Many performers resent interruptions from their audience, but Kingston jazz vocalist Chantal Thompson has a different perspective. “Why do a live show if you’re not going to acknowledge those who came to hear you?” she asks. . . .

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Profile 2

Aaron Forsyth

By Seth DuChene

with photography by Bernard Clark

Aaron Forsyth — perhaps better known to Kingston residents as EronOne — doesn’t see a blank wall. He sees the canvas for his next artistic creation. Aaron’s graffiti-inspired artwork has slowly generated a following in Kingston . . .

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Profile 3

Elizabeth Turcke

By Christine Hamelin

with photography by Kat Kopiak

Elizabeth Turcke feels that pretty much everything in her early life, and even her parents’ experiences with teaching and learning, have led her to where she is today. The founder and head of school at Leahurst College, which is . . .

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Inside Out

This regular column features a recap of City of Kingston news from around the horseshoe and details on pertinent municipal issues.

By Bill Hutchins

Quality of Life

Read about Co-founder and Director of Business Development, Improbable Escapes, Melissa Eapen-Bell’s favourite things.

Compiled by Bill Hutchins;
photography by Bernard Clark

At Home - Spring Feature

Every spring and fall we publish ‘At Home’ — a home improvement guide featuring local products and services. Watch for new trends, great ideas and innovative projects.

Photograph courtesy Elizabeth McLean, Butternut Creek Flower Farm.

It’s your community — your neighbours and friends, your interests and ideas.

Six times yearly Profile Kingston puts the spotlight on the unsung heroes of our community, telling you how they do what they do… and why.

Every issue is packed with fascinating reading as our most skilled and knowledgeable citizens show you Kingston life through their eyes.

Summer in the City

Don’t miss our companion magazine, Summer in the City, published annually in May and July, featuring over 200 local and area cultural and recreational activities.

Kingston’s most comprehensive guide is designed to entertain your family and friends all summer long. Presented in a convenient, easy-to-read format, and available online, Summer in the City contains something for Kingstonians and vacationers of all ages.

Use the links to view a copy of our 2022 issues.

Summer in the City — your essential guide to beautiful, historic Kingston.

View our Back Issue catalogue for availability in print and digital formats.

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