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Library books – by pack horse or cyberspace

By Jane Livingston If you were to think books are only available within the four walls of your local library you would be mistaken. Over the...

TBL – Bromont police services on hold

The municipalities of Town of Brome Lake and Bromont agreed last year that joining their efforts to police their respective territories is a welcome...

Injection of $10.5M into the town core by 2023

Plans are not yet finalized, but TBL has definite projects on the table: modernizing the library and giving it a new operating fund; rebuilding...

Town has been given lakeshore property in Bondville

A 13-acre property in Bondville has been acquired by the Town of Brome Lake thanks to the generosity of two donors: The CARKE Foundation...

Turkey Hill Maple Products – a Townships’ sweet success

By Tam Davis Turkey Hill Sugar Bush Ltd, now based in Waterloo, is a Townships’ sweet success story, renowned across Canada and abroad for supplying...

Soccer – onwards and upwards

It was a challenging year for local soccer in 2019, not on the soccer field, where TBL’s youngsters did very well, but behind the...

Immigrants to be honoured

The annual Yamaska Valley Optimist Club’s International Women’s Day dinner will be held at Auberge West Brome on Saturday, March 14 at 6 p.m....

Muriel Faille exhibition at Theatre Lac Brome

«Dans l’étoffe de l’Univers, dans la vie tissée des jours et des nuits, naître, vivre, c’est aussi ouvrir des possibilités à des dimensions qui...

One-stop shopping for local food

Many of us would like to buy more locally-sourced food. We know that such food is healthy for us and also for the land,...

Residents’ reaction

Some 300 residents attended the unveiling of the project. The project was well-received for the most part. Parking – For many attendees, parking will be...