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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...

Our medical clinic needs us

This community is coming together again to help solve the crisis at the Knowlton Medical Clinic. As you read elsewhere in this issue, by...

Volunteers, more than just a word in TBL

Volunteers are the backbone of this town, helped by the generosity of the people who support them. Local residents operate food banks, clothing exchanges, seniors’...

Closer to getting our own police force

We are  one step closer to getting back our own police force. This is a welcome development, but it isn't going to happen tomorrow....

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Here we are in heart of the winter. Some have bolted for the south, but most of us stayed. There are gripes about ice...

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,...