For Job Seekers
Looking for work can be daunting. Kingston has built a strong support system that helps those seeking employment or planning for a career change kick-start their search and make the right moves along the way.
Networking is essential for professional success. The following professional associations host various networking events throughout the year, many of which are open to the general public.
For Remote Workers
Co-working spaces have become an essential component of Kingston’s economic fabric. They enable individuals and small businesses to work in a flexible, collaborative environment that offers all the perks of a large office without the associated costs.
Located in the west end, Fractal offers co-working, flex space, meeting, and event venue options. Members enjoy unique amenities like a podcast studio and SnapCab privacy pods along with the convenience of ample free parking. The Fractal community inspires creativity, learning, and wellness.
Located downtown in a beautifully restored historic church, the Sanctuary is currently home to over 20 small businesses. Member perks include bike storage and free monthly yoga classes as well as various workshops and events.
Located in downtown Kingston, this beautifully renovated space is an ideal home base for remote workers or business start-ups. Members can access a bike closet, a kitchen and a shower. The owner is willing to add other amenities as needed.
Kingston's Wireless Network is one of the Fastest in North America
Internet connectivity is a necessity in the modern world. Kingston has a number of internet service providers for broadband and cellular services. Bell Canada's cellular network was recently rated as the best in North America.
Our broadband network spans over 1,000 route kilometres of fibre optic cable and provides blanket coverage connecting hundreds of institutional and commercial buildings throughout the region.