Stories

Community Conversation Features Hospice Kingston

Over 80 Providence Villagers cultivate community On Saturday, February 8, over 80 community members gathered together to be part of the unfolding Providence Village story. Providence Village executive director Ruth Gruer shared how the village...

Registration Open for Feb. 8 Community Conversation Featuring Hospice Kingston

This spring Hospice Kingston will break ground and begin building their new home at Providence Village. We are hosting a Providence Village Community Conversation, featuring Hospice Kingston. Their board chair, Allen Prowse, will share...

Hospice Chair Allen Prowse Looks to Ground Breaking Spring (Podcast)

This spring Hospice Kingston will begin construction on their new building on the grounds that will be Providence Village. Allen Prowse chairs the Hospice Kingston board of directors and has been involved in the...

Providence Village Will Break New Ground In Spring of 2020 (Podcast)

Work will begin on Hospice Kingston in the new year Since Providence Village was incorporated in 2017 there has been much work done to prepare the way for new partnerships and new builds. Yet, there...

Providence Motherhouse Has New Owners

Sisters of Providence transfer their home and property to Catholic Health Sponsors of Ontario For 89 of their 157 years of service, the Sisters of Providence of Saint Vincent de Paul have lived and worked...

House of Recovery Hopes to Join Providence Village (Podcast)

Dr. Adam Newman speaks of the journey so far and what is to come A baby is born. A feeling of dread comes over Dr. Adam Newman. He knows that just outside the door, there...

70 Join First Providence Village Community Conversation

A room of strangers with like-hearted intention weave fabric of community When asked how many people knew 90 per cent of those in the room very few hands went up. 50 per cent? Not many...

Sisters Confident Heirloom Seeds Will Be ‘Treasured For The Future’

This story has been published here and in its original form with the permission of Meghan Balogh, Kingston Whig-Standard/Postmedia Network. A 20-year project to save and store heirloom seeds is beginning a new season with...

Providence Village to Be a Place of Peace and Tranquility

Shared values and intentions can cultivate diversity and safety When he walks onto these grounds, Brian Hogan experiences a sense of peace. He isn’t sure why exactly but suddenly he feels more open, grounded, and...

Providence Village to Be a Campus of Care

Retired Providence Care CEO was looking for something innovative Cathy Dunne remembers, seven years ago, looking for something different, something new, something innovative. She wasn’t alone. Her colleagues...