Sir John A. 360

Consultation has concluded

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The Sir John A. 360 engagement opportunity is now closed. If you would still like to offer your input on how the City can share a more inclusive history of Sir John A. Macdonald, visit the Your Stories, Our Histories project, which is collecting resident feedback on a broad range of topics to inform the City's updated Cultural Heritage Strategy.


The legacy of Sir John. A Macdonald is the subject of national and local debate. The City of Kingston is facilitating a public conversation on his historic connections to Kingston, which included his role and actions as a political figure, and the legacy of those actions today, when they must be viewed through the lens of reconciliation.

Through a series of public events and this Get Involved page, the City invites residents to offer their perspectives on Sir John A. Macdonald and how his history and legacy can be positioned within a broader understanding of local history.

This engagement is related to the overarching goals of the Your Stories, Our Histories project, which aims to tell more inclusive/diverse histories of Kingston.

Public feedback received through Sir John A. 360 will be combined with input received through Your Stories, Our Histories, and considered by the City as it updates its cultural heritage strategy.


Sir John A 360 banner


The Sir John A. 360 engagement opportunity is now closed. If you would still like to offer your input on how the City can share a more inclusive history of Sir John A. Macdonald, visit the Your Stories, Our Histories project, which is collecting resident feedback on a broad range of topics to inform the City's updated Cultural Heritage Strategy.


The legacy of Sir John. A Macdonald is the subject of national and local debate. The City of Kingston is facilitating a public conversation on his historic connections to Kingston, which included his role and actions as a political figure, and the legacy of those actions today, when they must be viewed through the lens of reconciliation.

Through a series of public events and this Get Involved page, the City invites residents to offer their perspectives on Sir John A. Macdonald and how his history and legacy can be positioned within a broader understanding of local history.

This engagement is related to the overarching goals of the Your Stories, Our Histories project, which aims to tell more inclusive/diverse histories of Kingston.

Public feedback received through Sir John A. 360 will be combined with input received through Your Stories, Our Histories, and considered by the City as it updates its cultural heritage strategy.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    Interested in joining the conversation? We will be hosting facilitated workshops on Oct. 16 & 17 to collect public input in-person. Times and locations of these workshops will be confirmed based on public interest and availability.

    Sign up to indicate your interest in participating and your availability to attend. Cultural Services staff will reach out to you in advance to assign you to a workshop based on your availability and to confirm your attendance.

    Interested in joining the conversation? We will be hosting facilitated workshops on Oct. 16 & 17 to collect public input in-person. Times and locations of these workshops will be confirmed based on public interest and availability.

    Sign up to indicate your interest in participating and your availability to attend. Cultural Services staff will reach out to you in advance to assign you to a workshop based on your availability and to confirm your attendance.

    Consultation has concluded