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Adaptive Sports Foundation Celebrates Its 25 Years

In 1980 Peter Treacey of Brome Lake lost his leg in an accident. After this he taught skiing in the Laurentians, but as he...

What’s new in Eastern Townships ski centres

The ski industry is very important for the Eastern Townships region. Together, Bromont,  montagne d’expériences, Owl’s Head, Mont Sutton and Ski Mont Orford generate...

New microbrewery opens in Knowlton this summer

In the first week of March, the steel external structure of the new microbrewery at 576 Knowlton Road will be completed. Brewing will begin...

Mamma Mia! on stage soon

Lucy Hoblyn has been crazy about Swedish pop stars Abba since she was a kid growing up in England. So when production rights to Mamma...

Snow plowing a challenging job

We laugh when a big city like Toronto crumbles under two inches of snow. In Brome Lake, no matter what the conditions, we are...

Our blue bins – quality matters

By Tam Davis Listen to that sound of breaking glass or scraping metal when the contents of your blue bin are dumped into the bowels...

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....

TBL police services change to go to National Assembly

TBL Council adopted a resolution to table a private member’s bill in Quebec’s National Assembly for the town to be serviced by Bromont Police...

Brome Lake Food Bank a much needed resource

In 2018, the Brome Lake Food Bank was used by more people than in any single year in its 28-year history. It also had...

Knowlton Film Festival

The Knowlton Film Festival has added a short film contest worth $3500 to the roster of its second edition. Films must be 15 minutes or...