From inspiration to pro-action: K.A. Students set to make school a straw-free zone
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From inspiration to pro-action: K.A. Students set to make school a straw-free zone

—  4 June

When underwater diver and videographer, Will Allan, who also happens to be an alumnus of Knowlton Academy, came to visit the K.A. students at the second annual career day, they were so inspired by his presentation of “Revolution” that the…

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Renaissance Lac-Brome recognizes outstanding members at AGM

Renaissance Lac-Brome recognizes outstanding members at AGM

—  21 May

Each year Renaissance Lac-Brome (RLB) makes a point of recognizing people who have made strong contributions to the community. This year two individuals were acknowleged by the organization during its annual general meeting…

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Faubourg du  Lac-Brome   project approved

Faubourg du Lac-Brome project approved

—  21 May

The Brome-Missisquoi MRC unanimously passed a resolution (177-0518) at its May 16 meeting approving Faubourg Lac-Brome, a residential housing project on Lakeside Road in Foster. The project, initiated by developer Marc Brochu,…

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Ta-da! Brome Lake Books move is complete.

Ta-da! Brome Lake Books move is complete.

—  14 May

Last week BCN featured an army of best friends working hard to help Danny McAuley and Lucy Hoblyn prepare and move Brome Lake Books to a new location. The couple were inundated with flowers and well wishes to celebrate the…

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Renaissance Lac-Brome cooking up a plan for invasive species

Renaissance Lac-Brome cooking up a plan for invasive species

—  14 May

Move over Brome Lake Ducks, because Renaissance Lac-Brome (RLB) may have discovered a new culinary delight to share the dinner table with you. In response to soaring numbers of the unwelcome bait fish known as the Rusty Crayfish…

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Peasley Pond Turtle passage: protecting against local extinction

Peasley Pond Turtle passage: protecting against local extinction

—  14 May

Appalachian Corridor (ACA), the non-profit conservation organization founded with a mission to protect natural areas in the Appalachian region of Southern Québec, has just announced the completion of a safe turtle…

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The big Brome Lake Books move: a labour of love by an army of best friends

The big Brome Lake Books move: a labour of love by an army of best friends

—  8 May

Question: What do you get when you have an army of over 35 best friends? Answer: Brome Lake Books Moving Company, sugar coated with lunch provided by the members of the local book club. That’s what it appeared to be…

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