The view from the top is fantastic

By JIM PITT SPECIAL TO THE VOICE I’ve been following a story on a website I frequent about a fellow named Chris. In late March, he listed his house for sale in Toronto for $1.9…



Crossing the Arctic for Canada’s 150th

Pelham native prepares to embark on five-month solo journey across Canada’s most hostile terrain BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE While many Canadians will be celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday watching fireworks or taking in live music…


Flash Puzzler: Strange de Gym

“If Canadian Trump supporters all moved to the U.S., it would dramatically raise the average IQ of both countries,” so says a new contributor we’ve dubbed “Strange de Gym.” Strange is a regular at Fonthill…



Pelham sports fields closed

All sports fields in Pelham will be closed until Monday, May 8 (weather permitting) for public safety, and to preserve the quality of the grass. The Town asks that residents with questions pertaining to the…



Town wants to know how to communicate with you

T-shirts, a smartphone app, an iPad—ink nowhere in the mix BY VOICE STAFF An interdepartmental team of Town staff have been compiling data and developing “new and creative ways” for the municipality to communicate and…


Yiddish in Pelham, plus a sax

Giller Prize winner Gary Barwin visits to read from his novel Yiddish for Pirates BY SAM PICCOLO Special to the VOICE Gary Barwin pulled his saxophone from its case, moistened the reed, and hitched the…


E. L. Crossley eats up third annual VegFest

Fruit smoothies in service of saving planet BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE Recognizing that the human species depends upon the Earth for its survival like all living beings, students from E.L. Crossley Secondary School’s Eco-Club…