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When small is better

We are emerging from winter. The season was not so bad after all. There was enough snow to keep skiers happy and not too...

Keeping volunteer action thriving

Volunteers are the backbone of this town, helped by the generosity of the people who support them. This is quoted from a Tempo editorial...

A Measure of Well-being

TBL's latest budget shows expected revenues at $15.2 million for 2020 and investments in the order of $10.9 million and a surplus expected to...

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For a greener municipal life Human activity is a threat to the environment. An unavoidable paradox. We must reduce our footprint on the planet. How...

Getting from here to there

Town of Brome Lake prides itself as being ‘Friend of the Elderly’ or especially mindful of the needs of this clientele. The town is...

A unique man

With the passing of Dr. William Barakett, we have lost a builder, a mover, an inspiration, a true pillar of our community. Many of...

Editorial – A question of survival

The future of the printed press is very much in the news these days. National as well as local papers are now competing with...

The Brome Fair Fascination

For ages, humans have been fascinated by animals: the awesome beauty of the wild kind, the reliability of the farm ones and not to...

Keep up the pressure/Summer has finally arrived

Keep up the pressure Knowlton Clinic is short of doctors. Over 4000 patients, in this area, are without a physician in a province that has...

Springing into action

Congratulations to the 75 joyful volunteers who worked so hard on April 28th to clean up many miles of Town of Brome Lake’s vast...