Galt students learn about First Nations culture and land acknowledgement

Galt students learn about First Nations culture and land acknowledgement

—  11 April

By Emilie Hackett,  Special to the Record – Secondary 3 and 4 students in the Enriched History program at Alexander Galt are in the early stages of designing a pre-colonial map of Quebec, showcasing the territories…

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Fleurimont to host “Jane’s walk” in St-Jean-Baptiste ­sector in May

Fleurimont to host “Jane’s walk” in St-Jean-Baptiste ­sector in May

—  11 April

On May 4 at 1:30pm, the borough of Fleurimont will be hosting a community walk-and-talk event following in the Toronto tradition known as “Jane’s walks.” Named for journalist, activist and urban-design pioneer Jane…

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Upcoming warm weather could lead to flooding

Upcoming warm weather could lead to flooding

—  11 April

By Matthew McCully – According to local weather expert Andrew Retchless, the forecast for the next few days could lead to flooding. “I think we need to let the people of Sherbrooke and others along The St. Francois…

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Argyll residents join together in song

Argyll residents join together in song

—  11 April

By Matthew McCully – A special concert took place Thursday afternoon in the family room on the third floor of the Argyll Pavilion in Sherbrooke. The musicians were mostly residents of the long-term care facility, including…

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ETSB students uniting in Canadian music

ETSB students uniting in Canadian music

—  11 April

By Matthew McCully – Now in its ninth year, the Eastern Townships School Board United in Music festival will take place this Monday in the Massey-Vanier High School auditorium. The theme for this year’s show will…

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Sunnyside students head from farm to fork learning about local food

Sunnyside students head from farm to fork learning about local food

—  10 April

Submitted by Sunnyside Elementary School – On Friday April 5, the Grade 5 students of Sunnyside Elementary completed a month long project titled “Farm 2 Fork”. This project was a springboard from a wonderful…

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Townshippers’ take a position on Bill 21

Townshippers’ take a position on Bill 21

—  10 April

The Townshippers’ Association has joined the growing list of groups that are voicing opposition to the Provincial Government’s proposed Bill 21 on state secularism. In a brief shared with The Record this week, the Association…

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The end of an era for Espace 100 Noms

The end of an era for Espace 100 Noms

—  10 April

By Emilie Hackett, Special to the Record – It was a bittersweet moving day at 170, Queen Street on Wednesday, April 10 for members of the Espace 100 Noms community. The space, which is now closed, provided various activities…

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St. George’s Easter eggscellence is underway

St. George’s Easter eggscellence is underway

—  9 April

By Emilie Hackett, Special to the Record – St. George’s Evening Anglican Church Women and members of the congregation were hard at work on Tuesday morning in the church kitchen preparing, mixing, kneading, and molding…

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Whooping cough numbers up

Whooping cough numbers up

—  9 April

Record Staff – Since the beginning of 2019, 24 cases of pertussis (whooping cough) have been reported in the territory of the CIUSSS de l’Estrie – CHUS. The average of the last five years for the same period…

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