Tourist Information Office

Partners

City of Kingston

The City of Kingston is located halfway between Montreal and Toronto, Canada's two largest cities. Kingston is an eclectic mix of old and new "where history and innovation thrive".

KAP (Kingston Accommodation Partners)

Since the beginning in late 2004 the KAP membership has grown to 23 members including hotels, B&B's and Attractions. Governed by a membership board of Directors and an active Local Marketing Committee, KAP corporate objectives concentrate on creating and executing several focused advertising, partnerships and communication strategies throughout the year to attract visitors to Kingston.

Kingston Economic Development Corporation

The Kingston Economic Development Corporation's mission is to ensure that Kingston remains a world-class city by supporting economic growth and investment. They do that by helping Kingston become the destination of choice for businesses who seek to enhance their success in a progressive business environment.

Rogers K-Rock Centre

The K-Rock Centre is in the heart of downtown Kingston's historic North Block business district. The Centre is the new home of Kingston's Ontario Hockey League franchise, the Kingston Frontenacs, and houses the Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame and provides a venue for trade shows, job fairs, conferences and community events.

The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber is the voice of Kingston's business community. The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce is an association of over 800 Kingston area member businesses and organizations representing all sectors of the local economy.

Tourism Kingston

Tourism Kingston is the destination marketing organization for the City of Kingston. At the gateway of the 1000 Islands and the UNESCO-designated Rideau Canal, Kingston is a city rich in history and culture and home to a vibrant arts, food and maker community.