Quebec AM | Mar 26, 2013 | 9:47

Residents of Brome Lake oppose potential demolition of Knowlton House

Judith Duncanson is a resident of Brome Lake, and started a petition to try and save Knowlton House. The log cabin built by Paul Holland Knowlton back in 1815 is under threat of demolition if a local golf course gets its way.

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