Con Ed finding new life at BU

Con Ed finding new life at BU

—  28 August

Bishop’s full-time students are heading back to school this weekend, but a renewed energy in the University’s Continuing Education office means that soon the community will be welcomed back into the classroom as well.…

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Sherbrooke fire station to rise from the ashes

Sherbrooke fire station to rise from the ashes

—  28 August

The City of Sherbrooke broke ground on the new building for the Jacques-¬Denault fire station in Rock Forest on Thursday afternoon. The new facility will replace the structure that burned to the ground during the ice storm…

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Richmond CLC working to link family and community

Richmond CLC working to link family and community

—  27 August

The Richmond and Region Community Learning Centre will be hosting its first Family Recreational Fair this coming weekend in the hopes of connecting local clubs and organizations with the families they are trying to serve.…

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ACTE garage sale seeks community support

ACTE garage sale seeks community support

—  27 August

The Association des accidentés cérébro-vasculaires et traumatisés crâniens de l’Estrie (ACTE), an organization committed to providing services and support for individuals who have either sustained a traumatic head…

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Lennoxville preparing for return of BU students this weekend

Lennoxville preparing for return of BU students this weekend

—  26 August

With the end of Summer, activities are gearing up again on the Bishop’s Campus in preparation for the annual orientation week. Students new and returning move in this coming Saturday, August 29.

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Sherbrooke Pride Festival coming this Saturday

—  26 August

In 2013, a small group of student organizations banded together to start Sherbrooke’s first sexual diversity festival at Jacques Cartier Park. Named “Fière la Fête,” a play on the French “faire la fête,” meaning…

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New Student Village sign raises questions

New Student Village sign raises questions

—  26 August

Anyone driving down College Street in Lennoxville this week is likely to have noticed some work being done at the corner of Conley Street, next to the train tracks. City workers are out trimming trees and, most notably, installing…

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ETSB council of commissioners back in session

—  25 August

The Eastern Townships School Board council of commissioners first meeting of the 2015-16 school year will take place Aug. 25 at 7 p.m. at the school board office in Magog. Read Thursday’s Record for the full story.

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Citizens’ group asks court to put brakes on bylaws

Citizens’ group asks court to put brakes on bylaws

—  25 August

A citizens group known as Regroupement pour un développement durable à Sutton (RDDS) is moving forward with legal action against the town of Sutton regarding proposed bylaws 254 and 256. Represented by lawyer Benoit Galipeau…

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St. Francis Anglicans trying out something new

St. Francis Anglicans trying out something new

—  25 August

Fuelled by a school system in Quebec that long divided beliefs into two categories, Catholic and Protestant, many people understand churches in those seemingly simple terms. Even people who know next to nothing about the…

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