Kingston Penitentiary closing it’s doors.

A view of the Kingston Penitentiary. The prison is schedule to two close within two years. Public Safety Minister Vic Toews announced that Canada’s oldest prison and maximum security prison will closed within two year. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Lars Hagberg

Mike Deslauriers President of the Correctional Works of Canada stands outside Kingston Penitentiary on April 19, 2012 The prison is schedule to two close within two years. Public Safety Minister Vic Toews announced that Canada’s oldest prison and maximum security prison will closed within two year. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Lars Hagberg

A view of one of the guard towers of Kingston Penitentiary on April 19, 2012. The prison is schedule to close within two years. Public Safety Minister Vic Toews made the annoucment today in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Lars Hagberg

A view of the Kingston Penitentiary. The prison is schedule to two close within two years. Public Safety Minister Vic Toews announced that Canada’s oldest prison and maximum security prison will closed within two year. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Lars Hagberg

KINGSTON, ONT.,: April 19, 2012 — A guard stands in a tower at the Kingston Penitentiary on April 19, 2012. Kingston Penitentiary will close in two years after Public Safety Minister Vic Toews made the announcement in Ottawa today. Kingston Penitentiary is Canada’s oldest prison. Lars Hagberg for the Ottawa Citizen

KINGSTON, ONT.,: April 19, 2012 — A guard stands in a tower at the Kingston Penitentiary on April 19, 2012. Kingston Penitentiary will close in two years after Public Safety Minister Vic Toews made the announcement in Ottawa today. Kingston Penitentiary is Canada’s oldest prison. Lars Hagberg for the Ottawa Citizen

KINGSTON, ONT.,: April 19, 2012 — A guard stands in a tower at the Kingston Penitentiary on April 19, 2012. Kingston Penitentiary will close in two years after Public Safety Minister Vic Toews made the announcement in Ottawa today. Kingston Penitentiary is Canada’s oldest prison. Lars Hagberg for the Ottawa Citizen

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