[COVID-19]: Séniors en Sécurité Program Update

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Séniors en Sécurité team will no longer be doing home visits. Our representatives will use telephone and online services to keep in touch with their clients. We will continue to be there for our seniors!

To reach Hélène Comeau of Séniors en Sécurité:
Tel.: 902-769-8790
E-mail: This email address is being protected from

My fellow Nova Scotians,

COVID-19 is an unprecedented and rapidly evolving situation, and I recognize this is a scary time for Nova Scotians. Public health officials are working closely with our colleagues across the country and our partners in Nova Scotia to limit the spread of the virus and increase capacity within the health system to respond.

During this state of emergency, we must all work together to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here are important steps we are...

[COVID-19] Message from the Office of the Municipality of Clare

Monday, March 23, 2020: In order to limit the spread of coronavirus to the population and following the directives of the federal and provincial governments regarding social distancing, the Municipality of Clare is suspending the following services:

CLARE MUNICIPAL BUILDING
Effective Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 4:30 p.m., the Municipal building will be closed to the...

[COVID-19]: Declaration of a state of emergency - Important details from the province on today's declaration of a state of emergency. Please read and ensure you do your part to help flatten the curve.

Nova Scotia declared a provincial state of emergency to help contain the spread of #COVID19. Nova Scotians should not leave the province and only leave home for essential items and services. A state of emergency gives government broad powers to do whatever is necessary...

[COVID-19]: Impacts on Municipal Sewer System

With the rapidly rising use of sanitizing and disposable wipes amid the COVID-19 crisis, residents are reminded of the importance of NOT flushing wipes of any sort- including those labelled “Flushable” or “Biodegradable.”

Pump Stations can be blocked and disabled by wipes and the only way to clear the obstruction is to physically handle the pump and remove the sewer debris by hand. This unnecessary action puts you...