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More than just a festival

The Knowlton Literary Association has had another excellent year where, once again, locals were able to meet some of Canada’s most celebrated writers. The...

A good idea becomes reality

After witnessing the joyful energy that existed during the recent spring clean-up, it became evident to Marc Pelletier that there are potential “ambassadors” amongst...

Blooming on forty years

It was 1979 and Suzanne Lafleur wanted to follow her dream of living in the country and having her own business – so she...

Northern Hawk Owl

This photo was taken in the summer of 2018 near the Inverness golf course. The Northern hawk owl breeds in the boreal forests and turns...

Auberge le Relais changes hands

Auberge Le Relais has a new owner. Founded in 1849, the oldest hotel in the Eastern Townships has changed hands at least six times,...

From the Farm to the Table shutters after ten years

After a decade serving the community with locally-sourced meats, eggs, vegetables and home-baked goods, Knowlton's From the Farm to the Table closed its doors...

Theatre Lac-Brome’s Hélène Jalbert honoured

Theatre Lac Brome's Hélene Jalbert was honoured for her work promoting culture in the community with a medal presented by Liberal Member of Parliament...

How Tempo’s website helps our advertisers

People and organizations who advertise in this area, already recognize the value of using Tempo. The paper reaches all 5,500 house- holds in our...

A taste of the past

Alva House was built in 1872-73 by the Honourable Sydney Fisher who was Minister of Agriculture in the cabinet of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Mr....

Recognition

On May 12, Aline Carel and Lorena Gadoury each received a medal from Bishop Christian Rodembourg for their contributions to St. Edouard parish during...