|Type||Regional daily newspaper|
|Website||Voix du Nord|
Voix du Nord was one of the underground newspapers founded in German-occupied France during World War II. The paper first appeared in Lille in April 1941 at a time when the region of Nord-Pas-de-Calais was being ruled by a German military government in Brussels. The newspaper's tag-line described itself as the "Resistance organ of French Flanders." The paper is part of the Belgian company, Rossel group, which also owns the major Belgian newspaper Le Soir, that bought it from Socpresse in 2006.
The 1998 circulation of Voix du Nord was 323,000 copies. It was 332,000 copies in 2000 and 320,000 copies in 2001. The circulation of the paper was 307,191 copies in 2002. The paper had a circulation of 315,000 copies in 2003. Its 2014 circulation was 231,066 copies.