Nicknamed ‘Limestone City’, Kingston is located on the eastern end of Lake Ontario at the beginning of the St. Lawrence River and the mouth of the Cataraqui River (south end of Rideau Canal). The city is midway between Toronto, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec. Kingston is known for its historic properties as well as World Heritage Sites, National Historic Sites – just to name a few. Kingston has 1211 properties listed on the heritage register pursuant to the Ontario Heritage Act. In 2007, the Rideau canal along with the fortifications at Kingston were designated a World Heritage Site, one of only 15 in Canada.

TSNO funded training opportunities at work in Kingston

Take a moment to learn more about our partners and what they’re actively working on in Kingston.

Future-proof your business with the Resiliency Training Series

The Resiliency Series focuses on addressing skill gaps and building a more adaptable workforce within the uncertain COVID-19 environment.

Managers & Supervisors

The Leadership Excellence series focuses on developing the skills of new, emerging, and experienced managers and supervisors for success.

Hospitality Career Catalyst

TSNO members have access to a work-ready pool of candidates through the Hospitality Career Catalyst program. Participants learn many in-demand skills and industry-recognized certifications

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