At the February 20 regular Council meeting, two student groups from école secondaire de Clare presented their projects to Municipal council. Many thanks to the young residents for sharing their ideas and for practising their democratic right.

Members of the public are permitted to present to Council all projects relating to the Council of the Municipality. Read the Presentation to Council Policy:

Pursuant to Section 168 of the Municipal Government Act, the Municipality of the District of Clare HEREBY GIVES NOTICE of its intention to pass a by-law respecting subdivision. The proposed by-law may be inspected at the Municipal Office between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday or by clicking this link. By-Law No. 37 - A By-Law Respecting Subdivisions


The Municipality of Clare is inviting proposals for the purchase and use of the former Saint-Albert Elementary School. Preference will be given to proposals that offer long-term socioeconomic benefits to the local community and to the Municipality as a whole. (Document here)

CMA 2024 Bid Committee

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Little Brook, NS – January 15, 2019: After months of planning, consulting and rallying in the region, the CMA 2024 bid committee is proud to announce that the bid document for co-hosting the 7th Congrès mondial acadien (CMA) in the municipalities of Clare and Argyle is complete. The final document was sent to the Société Nationale de l’Acadie (SNA) by the January 15 deadline.

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Little Brook, NS – November 8, 2018: The southwestern Nova Scotia municipalities of Clare and Argyle are preparing a joint bid to host the 7th Congrès mondial acadien (CMA), to be held in August 2024. The region last took part in the event in 2004. That year also marks the last time the CMA was hosted outside of New Brunswick.

This event...