Lennoxville stopped being a small town in the Eastern Townships 17 years ago, when it was merged with the City of Sherbrooke. Despite this administrative change, however, the borough remains home to one of the region’s most distinct and distinctive bilingual communities. Lennoxville is Sherbrooke’s smallest borough, with only about 5,500 of roughly 166,000 residents calling it home, but it distinguishes itself by being the only bilingual borough and home to several cultural and institutional landmarks like the Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre, Bishop’s University, and Bishop’s College School. The Borough is also home to the international headquarters of Global Excel Management, an insurance claims management with offices all over the world. Claude Charron is the current President of the Borough, sitting on the borough council alongside councilors Bertrand Collins and Jennifer Garfat. Sitting down with The Record last week, Charron said that he is just starting to feel at ease in his role as Borough President after having been elected to the position in the fall of 2017. See full story in the Monday, Jan. 21 edition of The Record.