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71 Sass Rd., Unit 4,
Chatham, ON
N7M 5J4

Please note: We are a wheel-chair accessible business and service animals are welcome.

Phone: (519) 397-2020
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General Manager
Bruce Corcoran
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Editor
Mary Beth Corcoran
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Sarah Schofield
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Jeanine Foulon
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Bruce Corcoran
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Michelle Owchar
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Office Manager
Mary Beth Corcoran
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Fatima Pisquem
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15 Responses to Connect With Us

  1. Florin Marksteiner says:

    Good job! Thank you for your efforts! Chatham needed something like this.

  2. Janet Cunningham says:

    I enjoyed reading the Voice online, congratulations on this great local news outlet.

  3. Polly Smith says:

    On behalf of Red Devil Scuba, I'd like to send the Chatham Voice a big THANK YOU for checking out our SCUBA CANUSA event on Saturday. We really appreciate your interest in our story and we enjoy your new newspaper very much. We'll be sure to keep you in the loop for any stories that might be of interest to your readers. Thank you again, Gary & Polly Smith.

  4. We’ll talk to your carrier. Thanks for the info.

  5. TIckets For Saturday's Ridgetown Figure Skating Club Carnival Featuring Shae Lynn Bourne are still available at Mittons Jewelers in Ridgetown or by messaging on our facebook site at Ridgetown Figure Skating Club .

  6. Come to see the very talented Black Family in Concert – May 4 at 3 p.m. – first Presbyterian Church, 60 Fifth St S in Chatham. The Black Family of 10 ranging in age from 6 to 22 years provide a program of fun and toe tapping music for all ages. They play old time fiddle music, piano, guitar, accordion, mandolin and a few other musical instruments. Their program includes many vocal numbers as well as step dancing. Music selections include folk, contemporary, gospel and traditional numbers.

    Tickets are $20 or $12 for under 12 – available from any Kiwanis member or contact: Mary Alice – 519-354-0962, or George – 519-354-4825. Tickets can also be picked up at Maddocks-Myers Jewellers, 240 Grand Ave E, Chatham.

    Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Chatham-Kent as a fundraiser for their global project to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus.

  7. I live in Chatham and I do not get the voice and I live in a house. How come they do not deliver on Park St.

  8. Great coverage of the ins and outs of the Everlast Group these past three years.

  9. Great coverage of the ins and outs if the Everlast Group these past three years!

  10. Maryann Warner says:

    I would like to sincerely thank Heather Wright for her heartfelt article, “The story behind Maj. Si Steele” in the Nov. 10, 2016 issue. To me growing up, he was mostly just “Dad”, but with time I came to understand and appreciate his role as a war hero. Sixteen years after his death I am deeply touched by Ms. Wright’s kind words and sentiments in remembrance of him.
    Maryann (Steele) Warner

  11. Sherry Pumfrey says:

    I have not received the paper for the past two weeks.

  12. Marie Gillings says:

    I love reading your paper, it is always informative, however, the use of plastic isn’t the best idea for the environment and throwing the paper in front of houses does not get the paper read. Your carriers could at least throw it on the front stoop please. Some people are disabled and cannot get down steps to retrieve it.

    • Marie, got your comment on our website. We don’t give our carriers any plastic bags and we tell them to place the Chatham Voice in people’s mailboxes, not in the driveway.
      The other guys do bag their papers and toss them at the end of the driveway, especially in rural areas. We aren’t affiliated in any way with Chatham-Kent This Week.
      Are you sure the paper you saw in the plastic bag is ours? If so, please let us know where, so we can talk to the carrier.

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