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École St-Édouard Christmas Market

It’s almost a tradition now. Again this year, École Saint-Édouard is holding its Christmas Market on Friday, Dec. 7 from 4 to 8 p.m. The...

Bridge players benefit youth

The Brome Missisquoi Youth Foundation raised $5,000 at their annual bridge fundraiser in Knowlton on October 19. This money will go directly to helping at-risk...

BMP Foundation seeks $5M

The Brome Missisquoi Perkins Foundation recently launched a new five-year campaign to raise $5 million.This new drive coincides with the 25th anniversary of the...

Au Diapason Foundation raises $35,000

The Au Diapason Foundation raised a sum of $35,000 at a charity event called Dégustation de prestige. 140 guests participated in the event which...

What goes in the brown bins?

There is still quite a bit of confusion over what should go into the new composting bins that are being added to our collection...

Despite overwhelming popular support, TBL-Bromont police force will take a while

The survey carried out by the municipalities of Brome Lake and Bromont shows that 90% of the population of Bromont is satisfied with its police...

Survey: three out of four respondents in favour of a Bromont-Brome Lake police service

Press Release With the results of a survey conducted this fall, the municipalities of Brome Lake and Bromont are calling on newly elected provincial representatives...

WWI ENDED 1OO YEARS AGO

Sixty-three men from Brome County were killed in The First World War. Their names are listed on the war memorial in front of Knowlton...

Christmas market in Saint-Étienne-de-Bolton

By Jean-Pierre Côté Welcome to our Christmas Market at the Saint-Étienne-de-Bolton church Saturday November 24, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Many original items and gifts...

Lions Club kicks off pre-christmas activities

By Errol Fréchette, Lions Club Knowlton Lions Club members and supporters are gearing up for a full roster of pre-Christmas activities. As in past years the...