• Jean-Paul Kalwahali
    Manager, Rendez-vous de la Baie Welcome Centre

    A graduate of Université Sainte-Anne’s Business Administration program, Jean-Paul is very knowledgeable about Clare. Whether it’s identifying essential services in the area or recommending the best rappie pie in town, Jean-Paul is here to assist visitors with their questions. Under the direction of the Municipality of Clare’s Communications Officer, some of Jean-Paul’s duties include integrating immigrants into our Francophone community with the intention of encouraging them to stay. He also manages the tourism component of the Rendez-vous de la Baie Welcome Centre during the high tourist season.

    Phone: 902-769-2345
  • Marc-Alexandre Lagacy
    Cultural Facilitator, CFA de Clare

    Marc-Alexandre is originally from New Brunswick but as a graduate of Université Sainte-Anne’s Business Administration program he is certainly no stranger to Clare. Under the supervision of the Executive Director of la Société acadienne de Clare, Marc-Alexandre organizes and facilitates community meetings and activities in Clare with the intention of making newcomers feel at home in their new home while also promoting the benefits of diversity and inclusion to all residents in Clare.

    Phone: 902-210-3697
  • Amy Paradis
    Communications Officer, Municipality of Clare

    Amy Paradis has served as the Communications Officer for the Municipality of Clare since 2018. As such, she is delighted to provide and advocate for information and services in both English and French in Clare. Settling in Clare in 2016 by way of Montréal, Amy also celebrates the welcoming nature of her chosen community.

    Phone: 902-769-2031
  • Natalie Robichaud
    Executive Director, la Société acadienne de Clare

    Natalie Robichaud was born and raised in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia. Since 2017, she has headed la Société acadienne de Clare as Executive Director. She leads many cultural projects and works extensively with artists in the region.

    Phone: 902-769-0955