Kingston tenant resources helps new tenants find their way around Kingston faster. Whether you’re taking the bus, walking or using a ride-share program, you’ll be sure to know where to go and how to get there.
Listed below are answers to some of the more popular questions we receive for intermediate lodging, transportation and things to do in Kingston.
Kingston Transit – City Bus
One of the most efficient ways to get around Kingston is by using public transport, Kingston city bus service. Kingston Transit operates the bus line during the day and evening with most routes beginning at 6:30 AM and ending at 11:30 PM.
There is a special shuttle bus service for Queen’s University which runs after midnight from September through April. More information about the city bus and Kingston Transit
Kingston Tenant Resources and Rights
Tenants rights in Kingston Ontario are protected under two pieces of legislation: The Human Rights Code and the Residential Tenancies Act.
- The Human Rights Code protects tenants from discrimination based on their colour, sex, age, ethnic background or disability.
- The Residential Tenancies Act protects both landlords and tenants. For example, a landlord is not allowed to suddenly increase the rent, shut off the electricity or enter a unit without permission.