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At the Principal's Community Breakfast Daniel Woolf looks at how connections between Queen's and Kingston have grown over the years.

  • Principal’s Community Breakfast
    Daniel Woolf listens to a question from the crowd during Friday morning's Principal’s Community Breakfast.
  • Principal’s Community Breakfast
    An attendee of the Principal's Community Breakfast asks a question during the event hosted at the Four Points Sheraton.
  • Principal’s Community Breakfast
    Principal Daniel Woolf speaks about the town/gown relationship Queen’s and Kingston have built and maintained over the years.
  • Principal’s Community Breakfast
    Principal Daniel Woolf answers a question from Rob Wood, President and CEO of 8020 Inc., a Kingston-based consulting company.
  • Principal’s Community Breakfast
    Principal Daniel Woolf talks with Mayor Bryan Paterson and Bhavana Varma, President and CEO of the United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington.

Daniel Woolf hosted the annual Principal’s Community Breakfast on Friday, Nov. 9 at the Four Points Sheraton in downtown Kingston. Under the theme of Linked Legacies: Queen’s and Kingston over the past 10 years, the event drew Queen’s and Kingston community leaders as Principal Woolf spoke about his decade in office.

This year’s event took on a new format from previous panel discussions with Principal Woolf being interviewed by Rob Wood, President and CEO of 8020 Inc., a Kingston-based consulting company, before opening the floor to a Q&A session.

In his opening speech Principal Woolf, whose second five-year term ends June 30, 2019, spoke about the town/gown relationship Queen’s and Kingston have built and maintained over the years.