With hunting season underway in the region, two conservation officers met with Municipal Council to give a presentation about Nova Scotia’s Off-Highway Vehicle Act at the Municipality of Clare’s Regular Council Meeting on September 18.

Click here to watch the presentation: https://video.ibm.com/recorded/123960140

Click here to read the OHV Riders Handbook from the Department of Lands and Forestry:

Dear Residents of Clare,

The Municipality of Clare, Vélo Baie Sainte-Marie and its community partners are excited once again to be organizing the Gran Fondo Baie Sainte-Marie cycling event on Sunday, September 22, 2019!

Why a Gran Fondo? Gran Fondo is a fun cycling event that extends our tourist season, combines a healthy lifestyle, outdoor recreation and Acadian hospitality into an unforgettable experience for participants. We strive for...

Little Brook, NS – September 17, 2019: The Municipality of Clare has put up a community flag pole on the grounds of the municipal office. This special purpose flag pole will be made available to community organizations wishing to fly a flag in honour of an event or a special cause.

“The Municipality intends for the community flag pole to be used as a tool for bringing attention to issues that are important to our community groups and to our residents,” said Stéphane Cyr, Chief...

Are you a Clare resident in need of assistance due to Hurricane Dorian and subsequent power outage or do you know of someone who may need help? Please contact Mark Doucet of the Clare EMO Centre at 902-778-0723. 

Little Brook, NS – August 19, 2019: Site improvements have taken place this spring and summer at Cape Saint Mary Lighthouse Park to improve accessibility and to encourage longer stays.

A two-unit restroom facility including one accessible toilet opened at the park in late July 2019. The Municipality of Clare hired JD Composites Inc. to build the shelter housing the toilets using PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) core foam green technology. The equivalent of 26,000 recycled standard...