When visiting websites, without other people who have access to your computer being able to tell; consider using the ‘Private Browsing” feature:
Private Browsing in Google Chrome: Click on the Menu (3 horizontal lines) or wrench Icon located at the top right of the screen. Choose “New Incognito Window”. Any sites visited in this window will not be traced.
Private Browsing in Internet Explorer: Click on the “Safety” button and go to In Private browsing. Any sites visited in this session will not be traced.
Private Browsing in Mozilla Firefox: From the “File” menu choose “New Private Window”. Any sites visited in this window will not be traced.
Private Browsing in Apple Safari: Click ‘Safari” on the top left and go to Private Browsing.
If you have used the computer to visit sites you do not want to be seen the Cover Your Tracks as follows:
Covering your tracks in Google Chrome: Click on the “wrench” or “Menu” (three horizontal lines) icon, which is located near the top-right side of the browser window and then click History. This will take you to a list of all sites visited. Click the small arrow to the right of any site and choose “Remove from history” from the drop down that appears.
Covering your tracks in Internet Explorer: You can delete your history by clicking the “Tools” menu and going to “Internet Options” and then ‘Delete Files or” “Delete”. Choose the site(s) you want to delete.
Covering your tracks in Mozilla Firefox: Click “History” from the menu and go to “Clear Recent History” and a new window will open. You can choose a length of time to delete information from. If in doubt choose ‘Today” and clear everything.
Covering your tracks in Apple Safari: To remove your history choose “History” > “Show History” from the menu at the top of the screen. In the window that opens up you can remove sites one at a time by selecting them and pushing the delete button.
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Kingston Interval House is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee territory. As settlers to Turtle Island, we’re grateful for the opportunity to live and work here and thank all of the generations of people who have taken care of this land for thousands of years.
Kingston Interval House
P.O. Box 21042
Kingston, ON K7L 5P5
There is a place where you can go.
Filled with women you may not know.
Scared with fear, quiet as a mouse.
This place is called Kingston Interval House.
When you pull up in front of the place.
Wipe those tears running down your face.
The doors open with a greeting smile.
You’ll start to calm down after a while.
Time will go by and the healing begin.
This is one battle your ex won’t win.
Take all the help that is offered you.
And hopefully one day you won’t be so blue.
There’s one special counselor, in her own way.
She will always help you in the right way.
A smile like an angel and a heart of gold.
When she was born they broke the mold.
My life would be better so wholesome and true.
I wish my mother was a lot like you.
I admire her beauty and she’s so smart.
That’s why she has a special place in my heart.
This house where I stay
is really nice,
A place where they help
and give advice,
For women to be free
from all the misery,
A lot to deal with every day
and hope everything good will come my way,
To God I pray every night
hoping all will be right.
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