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NEW BUSINESS FOCUS: Hammering out his own path

  BY GLORIA J. KATCH Special to the VOICE While initially hesitant to announce his home-based business until it showed promise, Charles Stewart is now confident and ready to carve a name for himself in…


Helping keep the balance

  Program increases physical and mental confidence BY VOICE STAFF With more seniors choosing to maintain their independence and stay in their own homes for as long as possible, maintaining balance and fall prevention are…


Commons aspiring to House of Commons

  Prospective Liberal candidate hopes to become first female MP to represent Niagara in three decades BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICE Erica Commons is dealing with a cross-country commute at the moment, but…


Ridgeville resident receives Governor General’s Award

BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICE History classes don’t always have to limit themselves to what happened in the past. That was Paul Paterson’s logic two years ago during Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations, when…


Draft operating budget discussed by Town Council

Preliminary figures suggest a property tax hike of at least 4% is on the way BY GLORIA J. KATCH Special to the VOICE Highlighting portions of the upcoming operating budget, Teresa Quinlin, Interim CAO and…



VOICE POLL: The old arena—Sell it or keep it?

  In our February 6 issue, the Voice carried an interview with Interim CAO and Treasurer Teresa Quinlin, in which she acknowledged that the Town of Pelham requires an infusion of cash to meet its…


Making a connection

  E. L. Crossley students brainstorm ways to engage youth, seniors BY VOICE STAFF In mid-December, 29 Grade 11 and 12 students from E. L. Crossley participated in a collaboration meeting to plan future programming…


Legion poster entry advances to nationals

  BY VOICE STAFF A.K. Wigg student Zachary McIntire is over the moon. The Grade 4 artist was the only student from the school to create an entry for the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 613…