Food and volunteer resources

A self-help group, Filet de solidarité Dunham, has been set up to help people in our community affected by the pandemic. This service is aimed at people who are housebound with no support.

If you need groceries, pharmaceutical products or ready-to-eat products, CLICK HERE for a list of stores available in Dunham.  Please note that this list is updated regularly by the Municipality. For delivery, you can either call the store directly or call one of the volunteers from the Filet de solidarité Dunham:

The Dunham Farmer’s Market

The Dunham Farmer’s Market has decided to go 100% online for the 2020 season.

A variety of programs are planned for this summer!  Live musicians, downloadable albums, presentation of the products available in the region, filming at local producers and much more!

You are a producer from the region and you want to present your products on their network? Contact them by email at: marchedunham@gmail.com.

Stay connected: www.marchedunham.ca
Follow them on Facebook: @Le Marché fermier de Dunham 

Thank you to our volunteers

The Mayor of Dunham and the members of the municipal council would like to thank all the volunteers of the Dunham Solidarity Net and all those who lend a hand to their parents, friends and neighbors.

For others who would like to contribute, sign up at www.ivolunteer.ca. Quebec needs your arms!

J’achète Brome-Missisquoi

It is now possible to browse the JacheteBromeMissisquoi.com website and discover or rediscover the 300 or so Brome-Missisquoi businesses already registered on the platform. Browse the food directory and promote local businesses.

Businesses interested in registering on this platform to create an online store or simply to be referred to it can do so by clicking on “Enregistrer mon entreprise” directly on the site’s home page.

For further information, please contact Leslie Carbonneau at 450 266-4928, extension 225 or by e-mail at lcarbonneau@cldbm.qc.ca.

Now is the time to buy local!

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