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Simpler and more direct new website for TBL

Brome Lake just inaugurated its new website. It is more convivial and was 100% set up to make it easier for users. Its colours...

Theatre suffering from growing pains

Griping and gossip are as much a part of the theatre as dropped lines at dress rehearsal and stage fright on opening night. Theatre...

Bicycle Museum in TBL

Philippe Wauthier and Mélanie Trottechaud, new residents in Brome Lake, are going to open the first Canadian Museum of Bicycles on Victoria Street in...

Renaissance is proud

Pierre Beaudoin, Renaissance Lac Brome  Quilliams Stream supplies almost 50% of the water that flows into Brome Lake. A major natural reserve helps filter the...

No winter courses at Bishop’s

Bishop’s University will not be offering winter courses in Knowlton in 2018 after all. Since a story about the potential sale of the Brome Lake...

Lions Club kicks off pre-Christmas activities

Errol Fréchette, Knowlton Lions Club  Knowlton Lions’ Club members and supporters are gearing up for a full roster of pre-Christmas activities. Lion president, Pierre Guindon, announced...

Internexe is spending over $1M for fibre-based internet

Blistering fast Internet speeds are coming to the central section of the Town of Brome Lake. It comes through fibre cables that carry data...

Brome Lake comes together to help pre-schooler literacy

This year, the Knowlton Literary Festival will expand its activities to include the literacy development of infants and pre-school children. Called “Tales for Tots”,...

TBL says no to the abattoir

There will not be a pig slaughterhouse on Mill Road after all. After the strong opposition to the project voiced at the Sept. public...

Duck Farm is coming out of its litany of disasters

The last leg of the Brome Lake Ducks farm return to normalcy, after nearly two years of a trial by fire, will start with...