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Thursday, May 26, 2022

COLUMN SIX: Talking about it

The road to the mill.       IMAGE (C) 2017 GOOGLE EARTH. BOB LOBLAW PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY NICK SALTARELLI Special to the VOICE My father, and especially my father-in-law,...

North Pelham drain project flushed

Petitioners say thanks but no thanks; Town still on hook for $38K BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE Petitioners for the North Pelham Drain were given an opportunity...

Teacher speaks out: No need for soccer field

Says official soccer program doesn't even exist BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE Residents of the Cherry Ridge subdivision adjacent to the controversially renamed Wellington Heights Public School...

BREAKING: Wind

Several dozen shopping carts form a protective arc in front of Fonthill Sobeys entrance on Wednesday afternoon. Owner Ron Kore says that a roof...

Oosterhoff beats Quirk

MPP Sam Oosterhoff has beaten back a challenge by Niagara Regional Councillor Tony Quirk for the Progressive-Conservative nomination to represent the new riding of...

Niagara Catholic board to lock-out elementary teachers

STATEMENT FROM THE NIAGARA CATHOLIC DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD Board issues notice of lock-out to permanent elementary teachers March 3, 2017 - After much deliberation, the Niagara...

Council to DSBN: Change the name

Names Matter succeeds in quest to obtain official letter on E.W. Farr issue BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE Speaking to Pelham Town Council on behalf of the...

Profile of the challenger: Tony Quirk

Tony Quirk.    BOB LOBLAW PHOTO Grimsby Niagara Region Councillor contests sitting MPP Sam Oosterhoff for 2018 nomination BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE When 19-year-old Sam Oosterhoff was elected...

The Voice: March 1 2017

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Political earthquake in Niagara-West: Oosterhoff challenged

Niagara Regional Councillor Tony Quirk at Grimsby Town Hall on Friday, Feb. 24.    BOB LOBLAW PHOTO Youngest member of Ontario Legislative Assembly may also set...