Municipality Week: Did you know that… (2/5)
As part of Municipality Week, from September 10 to 16, the Town of Sutton is sharing with you information about YOUR municipality, YOUR environment.
- The Town of Sutton currently has 4,538 residents, according to the latest Statistics Canada census in 2021, representing a 13.36% increase in population over the last census in 2016, which counted 4,012 people.
- The Stanley Cup, one of the most prestigious trophies in the world of sports, spent an entire weekend at the Sutton Museum in 2009 on the occasion of the exhibition Les Canadiens passent par Sutton…en train.
- The Town of Sutton shares with New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) the privilege of owning a sculpture by artist Ulysse Comtois: discover it during a guided tour of the Town Hall art collection, Saturday morning at 11 a.m.!
- Students from École de Sutton won the Défi OSEntreprendre 2022 national prize– Primary 1st circle – for their project À l’école, à vélo: the signs that can be seen at various locations in the village were designed by the children and installed by employees of the Town’s Public Works and Fixed Assets Department.
- The bobcat, seen in Glen Sutton in the video published on July 28, is one of the species that needs a home range of at least 5,000 hectares to shelter, feed, reproduce and raise its young.
- A film on animal life in the Missisquoi Valley will be shown free of charge this Thursday September 14 at 4 p.m. in the council chambers (film by Simon Bouffard, duration 1 h).