Thanks to a two-year granting program issued by the Quebec government, Centre d’Action Bénévoles Sutton (CAB) announced last week the establishment of a support service to citizens living in Sutton, Abercorn, and Glen Sutton who are over 50 years old.
With nary a place left to sit last Wednesday evening the TBL Community Centre was brimming full of passionately concerned citizens who came to learn about the town’s tourism plan for the next three years.
The general public, young and old, and all those connected with any of Canada’s services, are all invited to participate in a candlelight vigil, starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, outside the Royal Canadian Legion on Davignon Blvd. in Cowansville.
A couple of dozen enthusiastic members of the TBL community showed up at the first information meeting about the Knowlton Academy Greenhouse and Garden project to learn more about the project and that the school plans to break ground within the next month.
With the determination and dedication of some significant players, the residents and administration of NuHab Centre, the only residential treatment centre for English speaking people suffering from mental health issues, has secured a new location in a municipality that has given them a warm welco
By December 2016, Nicholas Pynes, artistic and general director of Théatre Lac-Brome, was in an onerous position of having to halt the theatre renovation, but news that the non-profit organization would be receiving the full amount requested of Canada’s federal Minister of Heritage on December 23
Paulusi Angiyou Qumaluk (Paul) is Inuit. The grade six student was taught to read by his grandfather. He comes from a village of about 1,600 people that is called Purvinitug. It lies near the mouth of the Povungnituk River that runs into Hudson Bay in northern Quebec.
The results of last week’s registry at Brome Lake represent 2.2 per cent of the number of people needed to propel a referendum related to a proposed $1.2 million loan that would cover the estimated costs to renovate the existing town hall located at the corner of Lakeside and Victoria streets in