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Pierre Laplante – 42 years of loyal service

 It is seldom that you can say someone is indispensable. Yet, until very recently there was such a person working for the Town of...

A new shared Fire Chief

As of the end of August Town of Brome Lake’s new Fire Chief, Don Mireault, will run a new kind of Fire Department. On...

National Literacy Event returns to Knowlton

Press Release The Quebec PGI committee is once again organizing the annual PGI event with funds going to the Yamaska Literacy Council. The Peter Gzowski...

BMP Auxiliary turns 100

The BMP Auxiliary was founded in 1917, as the First World War raged in Europe. The women volunteers helped to fill a short- age...

Brome Lake and its scenery inspires designer

A Brome Lake resident for just over a year, Marie-Claude Hevey is a designer that creates  the images and patterns printed on the fabric...

Pickleball fever hits Brome Lake

This past spring, a new sport appeared in Brome Lake. Pickleball combines elements of tennis, table tennis and badminton and attracts players from 40...

Tick talk

by Meredith MacKeen Ticks and Lyme disease are an unfortunate reality in this area, and it is worthwhile to learn about precautions to take. To...

Renewing the vitality of downtown

Can we expand the conversation about renewing the vitality of downtown to include the human and social aspects for what attracts people and commerce?...

Starting Literacy at a Young Age

Pettes Memorial Library is testing Croque Livres, a new literacy program at CPE Passerelle des mousses, one of TBL’s daycare centers.“Having lots of books...

An antiques tour

A new regional tourist map for antique and second-hand dealers was announced at the launching of the tourist season on June 7th 2017. The...