Lennoxville fire investigation transferred to police
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Lennoxville fire investigation transferred to police

—  10 hours ago

Fire ravaged the Vision Canine building on Wellington Street South in Lennoxville Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, resulting in a total loss of the building. Although the 911 call came in around 9:20 p.m. the building burned through the night…

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City offers a sneak peek at summer roadwork schedule

City offers a sneak peek at summer roadwork schedule

—  1 day ago

The City of Sherbrooke approved $10.7 for the repaving of 36 road sections in the coming year on Monday night. Two thirds of that funding will go into work on smaller, neighbourhood streets in need of repair, while the remaining…

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BU’s CASA to hold 13th Culture Show to promote diversity

BU’s CASA to hold 13th Culture Show to promote diversity

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By Emilie Hackett, Special to the Record – Bishop’s University’s Caribbean African Student Association (CASA) will be hosting its 13th annual Culture Show on March 23, 2019, at 7 p.m. at the Gait. Under the theme…

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Cancer canvassers collecting ­donations for daffodil delivery

Cancer canvassers collecting ­donations for daffodil delivery

—  2 days ago

It may be months before they bloom in people’s gardens, but Daffodils will be popping up across the townships in just about two weeks’ time thanks to the annual fundraising efforts of a dedicated team of volunteers. Carrying…

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Canadian Government investing $31 million in ­protecting pigs

Canadian Government investing $31 million in ­protecting pigs

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The Canadian Government is stepping up security when it comes to illegally imported meat products. Speaking last week at the Sherbrooke Research and Development Centre of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Marie-Claude Bibeau,…

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Amélia Blinn triumphs once again at provincial championships

Amélia Blinn triumphs once again at provincial championships

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By Emilie Hackett, Special to the Record – Richmond native Amélia Blinn was in Trois-Rivières over the weekend to compete in the Quebec speed skating championships on March 16 and 17, where she won the gold medal…

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A chilly Saint Patrick’s Day in Richmond

A chilly Saint Patrick’s Day in Richmond

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From one year to the next it can be hard to say what the weather is going to be like for Richmond’s annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade, with the range falling everywhere between t-shirt weather and a frigid winter’s…

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