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The Knowlton Lions Club and Remembrance Day

By Errol Fréchette The Knowlton Lions Club would like to take this time to thank and honour our veterans who so gallantly served our country...

The work of the Brome Lake Land Foundation (BLLF)

The Foundation was established as a registered charitable organization in 1987 by four residents of TBL: Marc Decelles, Peter Wade, Preben Mohr and Lawrence...

Be a Christmas angel by granting a wish

You can be a Christmas Angel and bring joy to a young person in need thanks to the Yamaska Valley Optimist Club. Several trusted...

Midnight Madness with a difference

According to Midnight Madness organizer, Lucy Hoblyn, the event is scheduled for Saturday, December 12 and will go ahead under one guise or another. Like...

Remembrance Day ceremonies

By Margaret Pille, special contributor Remembrance Day ceremonies will be held in the Town of Brome Lake but under very different circumstances due to COVID-19. Following...

Lest We Forget

“I didn't see any action in the war, but I saw the results of action,” says Dan Sherry, a Knowlton resident and at 97,...

The Public Market Downtown: A Definite Success

The organizers are relieved. Forced to move the market from Maple Street to a new downtown location because of social distancing requirements, they found...

Brome Lake Health Issues: Three key issues up in the air

Tempo met with spokespersons from the Knowlton Medical Clinic and the CIUSSS (Integrated Centre for Health and Social Services) of the Estrie region to...