Interested in running for council?

Municipal election day in Nova Scotia is Saturday October 17, 2020

Dalhousie University will be offering online sessions to those interested in learning more about local politics, running for election, and/or getting involved in community decision making.

Sessions being offered are:

  • Citizen engagement: What is it and why should I care?
  • Local government: What is it and why get involved?
  • What’s it like to

The preliminary list of electors has been prepared for the upcoming municipal and school board elections in Clare on October 17, 2020. The Returning Officer Pam Doucet may make additions or corrections to the list upon application in person, by telephone, fax, e-mail, or by mail. Electors may find out if they are on the list of electors by:

1) visiting the municipal office (downstairs) at 1185 Highway 11, Little Brook, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday from August 12...

As per the directives of the Nova Scotia Government, as of July 31, 2020 non-medical masks are mandatory in parts of offices where municipal government services are offered to the public.

Children under two are exempt, as well children aged two to four when their parent or caregiver cannot get them to wear a mask. People with a valid medical reason for not wearing a mask are also exempt.

Are you interested in becoming a candidate in the upcoming 2020 Municipal and School Board Elections? This downloadable/printable Candidate’s Guide to Municipal and School Board Elections will assist those who are contemplating offering for municipal councillor or candidates for the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP):


Little Brook, NS: For summer 2020, the Clare Visitor Information Centre has moved to Joseph & Marie Dugas Municipal Park in Belliveau Cove to provide tourists and locals with information about the region and to display the works of local artists.

With the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions and the opening of the Atlantic travel bubble, the Municipality...