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Communauté francophone accueillante de Clare

 

Welcome home!

Did you know that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has designated the Municipality of Clare as one of 14 Welcoming Francophone Communities in Canada?

This three-year pilot project (2020-2023) aims to help make the community of Clare more welcoming to all and to ensure that all members of the community have a positive attitude towards new immigrants, including those who wish to settle in French.

A partnership between the Municipality of Clare and the Société acadienne de Clare, CFA de Clare aims to promote inclusive leadership, equitable access to reception and settlement services, economic and employment opportunities and community involvement through a variety of activities and special services.

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Join us for Les journées multiculturelles de Clare 2021

Communauté francophone accueillante de Clare, in collaboration with the Government of Canada, le Réseau en immigration francophone de la Nouvelle-Écosse, Immigration francophone de la Nouvelle-Écosse and Inclusion Clare, is proud to present the first edition of les Journées multiculturelles de Clare, from June 25 to 27, 2021...

a photo of Charlene Dela Cruz

"Chez vous parmi nous" Photography Project

Communauté francophone accueillante de Clare and Veintitres Photography are looking for new immigrants who have moved to Clare within the past two years to take part in "Chez vous parmi nous," a fun and FREE photography project...

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Animal Scavenger Hunt Contest at Wentworth Park

Communauté francophone accueillante de Clare and Clare Recreation Services invite you to explore Wentworth Municipal Park from May 29 to June 13. Keep your eyes peeled for eight animals hidden along the trail - you don’t have to leave the path to see them...

an illustration depicting World Diversity Day

Message for World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

To celebrate the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, Communauté Francophone accueillante de Clare asked young newcomers Mariama Sene, Adonis Fuki and Moussa Gueye to share their thoughts on the importance of diversity in our region. Take a look! ...

Municipality of Clare

Address: 1185, Highway 1, Little Brook
 Nova Scotia  B0W 1M0
Telephone: 902-769-2031
Fax: 902-769-3773

Office Hours

Monday to Friday
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM