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Isabelle Charest interviewed

Tempo interviewed Isabelle Charest, MNA, in September. Tempo did not ask about Bill 21. In a community where half the population is part of Quebec’s...

War Veterans

I am disappointed in this article, the Tempo is usually more on point. There are fewer WWI and WWII veterans, but there are still...

William John Barakett

The Barakett family is sincerely grateful to the community for its kindness and generosity during our difficult time. We thank you for your expressions...

Letters

New kitchen at Knowlton Academy I dropped in to see the new kitchen at Knowlton Academy last weekend, and my jaw just dropped. The...

Theatre Lac Brome

Ed. Note: This letter expresses the views of the Theatre Lac Brome’s Board of Directors with regards to an article written in Tempo’s September...

Monsieur le conseiller municipal de West Brome et La réponse du conseiller

Monsieur le conseiller municipal de West Brome J’habite sur le chemin Kuss à West Brome et je circule régulièrement sur les chemins Stage Coach, Soles,...

Assessment increases shock waterfront residents

Most of the 471 waterfront property owners in the Town of Brome Lake were shocked by the huge increases in the municipal assessment of...

Medical research articles

Dear Editorial Board: Congratulations for the well researched articles on the health care situation us “orphaned” patients are experiencing in Brome Lake. The two pertinent...

Letter to Town of Brome Lake

Mont Echo Road is in dangerous condition. The holes are so deep that they will cause damage to vehicles. Swerving to miss them puts...

Letters – Lettres

Le tempo ne traduit pas les lettres Golf course concerns On Sunday morning March 24 approximately 150 Brome Lake residents attended a well-organized two-hour meeting...