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Estrie, Montérégie, and what else

There was Estrie, then Montérégie. There was also Brome-Missisquoi, La Pommeraie and Les Cantons-de-l’Est. Finally there is Town of Brome Lake which forms part...

Role of the Brome-Bolton Fish and Game Club

In recent years, many properties in this area have changed hands and are now owned by people unfamiliar with the Brome-Bolton Fish and Game...

The CCU loses a pro

There is the Town Council, then there are zoning bylaws, in between to bridge differences at times, there is the Consultative Committee on Urbanism...

Virgin Hill Coffee – coping with COVID-19

Other than travel, no business sector has been as hard hit by COVID-19 as coffee shops and restaurants. Sixty-five percent of our local roaster,...

She made us feel beautiful

She has been cutting, colouring and curling our manes, making us feel more beautiful, for 30 years. France McCutcheon joined Salon Jean-Pierre on St-Paul...

Butternut trees are disappearing

By Meredith MacKeen Jack Lemaire, who grew up in the area has lived with butternuts all his life. He comments, ”Butternuts are disappearing. There used...

Brutal cut of trees along Coldbrook trail

Did you notice the dozens of trees literally cut by a chainsaw along Coldbrook path, once you crossed the two new footbridges? It is...

A Toad, cougars and a drunk raccoon …

• On returning from taking the family dog for its first walk of the day, a man was horrified to find a huge toad...

Renaissance Lac Brome holds a virtual annual meeting

After having to postpone its Annual General Meeting because of the pandemic, Renaissance Lac Brome reported on its 2019 activities in mid-October. There were...

The origins of the Rocket

If you haven’t stopped to read the commemorative plaque that was installed in 2010 beside the impressive rocket on Route 243 in East Bolton,...