About the Pelham Business Association

The Pelham Business Association was established in 2006 by a number of local businesses to enhance the Town of Pelham’s business community and to provide a liaison with government in addressing issues affecting local commerce. As a member, you will be provided with the opportunity to experience and stimulate the Pelham business community.


The Town of Pelham is comprised of five unique and historic villages; Effingham, Fenwick, Fonthill, North Pelham and Ridgeville, covering over 125 square kilometres. And our small town has a dynamic array of industries, ranging from agriculture, construction, health and recreation, and professional, scientific and technical services. The PBA maintains a working relationship with the Town of Pelham to represent the interests of all businesses operating and located within the Town.  

Join the PBA

Objectives of the PBA

  • To establish and promote a business climate favourable to Pelham - based businesses and professional enterprises.
  • To encourage active participation by local and regional business people and organizations and by Pelham citizens in all things related to Pelham business, professional and industrial development.
  • To unite the members of the Pelham business community and promote a greater sense of business and social unity.
  • To seek financial assistance, funding, and partnerships for the betterment of the Pelham community.

Our Board of Directors


President: David Tucker

Treasurer: Trudy Tran

Membership: vacant

Marketing: Candy Ashbee

Council Representative:  vacant

Secretary: Christine Beaudoin

Director at Large: Debbie McIntyre

Director at Large: Fred Sidler

Community: Amanda Channon

Programs: vacant


If you would like to have a role with the Pelham Business Association, please contact David Tucker or another Board Member to learn more.