Published on: January 18, 2021

The Town of Brome Lake launches a survey to review its cultural policy

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The Town of Brome Lake launches a survey to review its cultural policy

Brome Lake, January 18, 2021 – In order to guide it in reviewing the local supply of cultural and artistic activities, the Town of Brome Lake invites full-time and part-time residents, along with visitors, to complete an online survey. The survey is available until Monday, February 8 on the Town’s website at

Respondents will be able to express their preferences in terms of activities, their level of satisfaction with cultural and artistic products currently on offer, the factors that hinder their participation, etc.

This survey is part of the Town of Brome Lake’s cultural policy review. The information gathered will enable the Town to consolidate achievements and define priorities for the action plan that will result from the new policy. The Town of Brome Lake’s current cultural policy was adopted in 2011. It encouraged free or low-cost activities and established a cultural events calendar for Brome Lake.

Ms. Louise Morin, municipal councillor responsible for economic development, tourism and culture for the Town of Brome Lake, emphasizes the importance of resident and visitor participation in the survey : “The higher the participation rate, the more the new cultural policy will reflect the interests and consumption habits of those it is intended to serve. The results will allow us to offer innovative and interesting cultural and artistic activities for all.”

Questions about the survey should be addressed to the Brome Lake Community centre reception by email at or by phone at 450 242-2020 between 10 a.m. and noon and between 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Individuals without access to a computer or the Internet can also call this number to complete the survey over the phone.

The cultural policy review is made possible thanks to the financial support of the Government of Quebec and the Town of Brome Lake under the cultural development agreement.

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