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By Lorraine Briscoe What is the definition of a go-getter? How about someone who launches a business during a pandemic? Virginia Wilson, whom you may...

Marina Knowlton in the COVID summer 0f 2020

The venerable public boating window on to Brome Lake and dining destination with its water’s edge terrace, opened in June. The old menu has been...

A disappearing tradition

For decades, village life centered around the church and the general store. In Fulford, this well established tradition is disappearing with the closing, in...

Dr. Martel retires

After a 40-year career spent as a dentist in in Knowlton, Dr Jean-Pierre Martel has decided to retire. “The pandemic has really forced my...

Brome Bright Lights

The Brome Bright Lights story competition, sponsored this year by the Knowlton Lions Club and the Knowlton Players, was organized by Danny and Lucy...

St-Edouard abandons its International Programme

St-Édouard School, in Knowlton, will no longer offer the “programme d’éducation intermédiaire international”. On top of the regular teaching subjects, the international program seeks...

New art gallery in Knowlton

She literally fell in love with the space, previously occupied by Bishop’s University, and decided to settle down in Brome Lake last December. Ma...

Not Tempo as usual

For the first time in in 37 years, Tempo did not publish in May and June this year. Exceptional circumstances we live in. The issue...

Fenplast buys Aluminium Knowlton

Aluminium Knowlton was one of the best known construction companies in the area. Not only has it moved to the old Bousada building on...

Thank you

Gestures of kindness and generosity were too many to count during this pandemic in our community. People and organizations were there to help and...