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Interview with Isabelle Charest

Deputy for Brome-Missisquoi (CAQ), delegated minister of Education, Isabelle Charest is also a former high level athlete, three-time Olympic medallist in speed skating, chef...

Seniors Day in TBL

Press Release On October 1st between 9 a.m. and noon, the Town of Brome Lake will host its first Seniors’ Day at the Community Centre....

Townshippers’ Festival

By Meredith MacKeen Townshippers’ Festival, formerly known as Townshippers’ Day, has returned to this part of the Townships. On Sept. 21 at Massey-Vanier High School in...

Poster artist

This year’s Brome Fair poster on Tempo’s front page was painted by local artist Kara Needham. A resident of Foster, and a native Townshipper, ...

Voluntary deposit of glass TBL follows suit

Town of Brome Lake’s general manager is resolute. TBL will have its own container for voluntary glass deposit in September. “The container will be...

Shriners aid local boy

A young boy by the name of Benjamin Barkhouse, born with Brittle Bone Disease, has been helped by the Shriner’s Hospital for Children in...

Pickleball is on fire in TBL

“Pickleball is exploding,” says Club President, Jean-Martin Verreault. “Today we have 95 members, three years ago we had 12.” A cross between table tennis...

Literary Festival ten years old

By Philip Lanthier, special contributor The Knowlton Literary Festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary on the weekend of October 17–20 with a varied and exciting...

Dog Park opening soon

In September, the Town of Brome Lake will officially open the new dog park. It is located off Mont Echo Road, next to the...

New brewing centre: It’s nearly ready

La Knowlton Co, the new brewing centre and restaurant on Knowlton Road, is in the final stages of completion. Nick Allan, the co-founder, hopes...