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Reflecting on the year 2018

Photo credit Sylvain Bolduc Christmas and the New Year are a time to reflect on the year gone by. In the town of Brome Lake,...

Now we are 35

In December, Tempo marks its 35th anniversary of giving the greater Brome Lake community information and news about local government, local business, and each...

Editorial: More than wishful thinking

Easier said than done. Politicians from across our area can read the numbers. They know the population here is aging at a fast rate...

Editorial: Better police service: it’s urgent

The Town of Brome Lake desperately wants and needs its own police force. The Sûreté du Québec is little more than a highway patrol,...

More lake access

Water, water everywhere and not a place to get at it. Brome Lake, as everyone keeps telling us, is the jewel of this town....

Soft Power

Knowlton is alive with culture. It brings prosperity and wealth as surely as does a factory or a store. It also means that this...

Dr. No

No is one of the favourite words in the Town of Brome Lake. Whenever a new project is planned, an army of naysayers rise...

Local bylaws an obstacle course

The laws with the greatest effect on our daily lives are made not by the federal and provincial governments, but by local governments. The...

This is one weird winter

Ski hill operators looked on in horror in January as rain washed away the deep base built up by heavy snow early the winter,...

Knowlton needs Bishop’s

Bishop’s University has been educating students from the Eastern Townships for 174 years. It has had a satellite campus in Knowlton since 1995, but...