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History

Vimy Ridge, a missing gun, and a mysterious girl

  BY CAROLYN BOTARI Special to the VOICE One hundred and one years ago, on April 9, 1917, the 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles battalion (made up mostly of Victoria, B.C. soldiers) joined tens of thousands…


12 Days of Memories: Ads over the decades

Day 12: Advertising, plus a “Mayor of Fenwick” (old-timey edition) bonus For our last entry in 12 Days of Memories, a journey through the archives of the Voice and Pelham Herald, we take a look…




12 Days of Memories: Molson, Shoalts, and Lions

Day 9: Ten years back—three Voice stories from January 2008 As a holiday treat, the Voice is presenting 12 Days of Memories, a look back through the archives of the Voice and Pelham Herald.  …


12 Days of Memories: Ebert’s Garage

    Day 8: Ebert’s Garage As a holiday treat, the Voice is presenting 12 Days of Memories, a look back through the archives of the Voice and Pelham Herald. (To view at their maximum…


12 Days of Memories: Editorial cartoons

Day 7: Editorial cartoons over the decades As a holiday treat, the Voice is presenting 12 Days of Memories, a look back through the archives of the Voice and Pelham Herald. (To view at their…


12 Days of Memories: Winners

Day 6: A couple of late 20th century winners As a holiday treat, the Voice is presenting 12 Days of Memories, a look back through the archives of the Voice and Pelham Herald. (To view…


12 Days of Memories: Letters, we get letters

  Day 5: Letters to the Editor on crossing guards, doughnut shops, and “crazy” Bill Snyder As a holiday treat, the Voice is presenting 12 Days of Memories, a look back through the archives of…