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Rhubarbelle, products unique to North America

It was during a trip to Honfleur, France, that Brigitte Keszthelyi spotted a juice made from rhubarb and apples. Given her proclivity for acidic...

St. Edouard’s Parish moderator moves on

Parishioners of St. Edouard’s Church and other members of the Unité des Vignes, (association of local parishes), were sad to learn that their priest...

Canada Day in Knowlton

All the favourite events will be back for Canada Day on Saturday, June 30 at Lions Park. In case of rain, the festivities will...

Protect yourself from Lyme disease

Safe in your own yard – strategies for reducing your exposure to ticks Robyn Bryant, special collaborator Every spring, we are reminded to protect...

Canadian Pond moves into new headquarters

Canadian Pond is a Knowlton business success story, built from scratch by the husband and wife team of Mario Paris and Christina Ishoj. A...

Culture at the heart of TBL tourism season

Nothing to do in Brome Lake? Can’t be further from the truth said Councillor Louise Morin as she presented the town’s new tourism season....

Brand new season for Theatre Lac-Brome

After a seemingly endless winter, summer weather is suddenly upon us. And with it, the 2018 season at Theatre Lac-Brome, in beautiful downtown Knowlton....

Lake slowly improving

Pierre Beaudoin Nearly 60 citizens attended the Renaissance Lac Brome annual meeting. Their remarks and suggestions addressed the best ways to improve the lake...

First Responders turn 15

Alison Marks This is the 15th anniversary of the Town of Brome Lake’s First Responders. Over that time they have responded to close to...

Gelato and bike parts

Mélanie and Philippe, who will run the future Musée Canadien du Vélo on Victoria Street in 2019, just opened La Cyclerie (The Bike Shop)...