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Articles by The Voice of Pelham


Duncan out on bail

  BY DAVE BURKET The VOICE After being held in custody overnight, Dr. Charles Duncan was released on bail Wednesday morning by a St. Catharines Justice of the Peace, following a video appearance from police…


BREAKING: Duncan arrested on sexual assault charges

  BY DAVE BURKET The VOICE A Fonthill family doctor who resigned his practice rather than undergo an internal investigation by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, and who faced multiple allegations of…


LETTER: Recognize any of these pre-Boomers?

  I am enclosing herewith a photo taken about 1947 of the teacher and students of the Township of Pelham’s Chantler Road School. I believe this was a one-room elementary school of eight grades. I…


A little slice of Fonthill in Vancouver

Graham Marceau’s pizzeria gains attention of popular food program BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICE When Graham Marceau left Fonthill for B.C.’s Lower Mainland, part of it was for fun. He lived in his…


It’s in the bag!

  St. Ann students did double duty for the Pelham community last Friday as a team of Grade 7 and 8 students picked up and bagged roadside litter along Canboro Road, from Church to Victoria…


COUNCIL NEWS: Woonerf whacked

  Costly East Fonthill public square idea essentially killed BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICE The grandiose vision of a European-inspired, pedestrian-and-cyclist-prioritized public square all but met its death during Pelham Town Council’s October…


Residents not big on short-term rentals

  Pelham hosts long-delayed public meeting on divisive issue BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICE Pelham Town Council hosted its long-awaited special public meeting on short-term rentals Oct. 22, with staff presenting its official…


Town talks moths

Simmering resentment over spray charges comes to boil BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICE The Town of Pelham’s effort to look forward on gypsy moths was thwarted somewhat by its past failings on the…


Poppies are blooming

  The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 613 Fonthill kicked off its annual Poppy Campaign at the Branch last Friday. The campaign will run until Remembrance Day, November 11. Left, Mayor Marvin Junkin receives a poppy…