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Prepare for municipal elections

November 7th 2021 – Quebecers will vote in local elections. The onus is on voters to ensure that they are on the electoral list....

Girl Power

One of the best ways to find work in this area is to work for yourself.  A group of local women entrepreneurs has started...

Virtual walk to combat all cancers

In order to continue its mission to help battle cancer, the Yamaska Valley Optimist Club is organizing its 20th edition of the Cancer Walk. ...

A new regenerative livestock farm

If you've been driving our country roads lately, you may have noticed some new residents in Brome county: a group of steers, chickens, ducks...

Theatre Lac Brome Events

• Labour Day Weekend: The Vaughan String Quartet. • September 15: Cinéma TLB presents the film La déesse des mouches à feu  • September 25: Vintage...

Library plans: the “living room”

Pettes Memorial Library  This is for all of you who have completed our survey at the Library (Thank you!) and told us how much you...

Paddle the shoreline of Brome Lake

By Donald Joyce, Renaissance Lac Brome  Join Renaissance Brome Lake’s directors on Saturday, September 4, to paddle the shoreline of Lake Brome. Enjoy a day...

Gabby and this Community

Gabby Smith, who was in the finals in her rowing event at the Tokyo Olympics, is more than an athlete. She taught local residents...

In its 60th Year, New Owners Give Thirsty Boot a Boost

By Lizette Gilday While enjoying an autumn drive along Bolton Pass during COVID-19’s second wave, Sutton landowners Carrie Haber and Daniel Webster came upon a...

A new curator for BCHS

By Alison Marks  Rachel Lambie is the new curator of Brome County Historical Society. She replaces Jeremy Reeves who is moving on to further his...