A Proven Track Record

At Kingston Midstream, along with our ultimate shareholder, James Richardson & Sons, Limited (JRSL), we have a proven track record of success and integrity over six generations of doing business in Canada. The values, credibility and ethics upon which we operate have been the same since 1857 and each employee and contractor, at every level, adheres to a code of conduct that is consistent with the goals of the founder of our parent company.

View our Code of Conduct


Our Affiliate Code of Conduct governs the interactions between Kingston’s regulated and unregulated businesses by establishing parameters and standards for transactions, information sharing and the sharing of services and resources.

View our Affiliate Code Of Conduct

Each year, Kingston develops an Affiliate Code of Conduct Compliance Plan to detail the policies, measures, procedures and monitoring mechanisms that Kingston will use to ensure compliance with the provision of the Affiliate Code of Conduct. 

View our 2024 AFFILIATE Code of Conduct


Starting in 2024, Kingston is preparing an annual report summarizing our previous year’s activities related to Canada’s Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act.

View the Kingston Midstream 2023 Report
on Forced Labour in Canadian Supply Chains