Are you part of an organisation and wish to nominate an exceptional volunteer? Each organisation is invited to nominate a volunteer of the year for their organisation.

Of all the nominations received, a selection committee will select one outstanding volunteer to be the Municipality of Clare’s representative volunteer of the Year, which will also be recognized at a provincial level.

Little Brook, N.S. – January 20, 2021: The Municipality of Clare is pleased to announce the launch of its new and improved website.

Ronnie LeBlanc, Warden for the Municipality of Clare, remarked: “Our Council is committed to maintaining continuous and current communication between the Municipality and our residents. This newly redesigned website is fresh, modern and user friendly.” 

Little Brook, NS – December 1, 2020: For the third year in a row, the Municipality of Clare is launching its Season of Giving campaign to collect donations for local charitable organizations. Residents and businesses in Clare are once again encouraged to show their valued generosity by dropping off non-perishable food items, toiletries, or new toys, or by organizing a donation drive.

Concerns related to public safety, security, and economic uncertainty

CLARE, NOVA SCOTIA (Nov. 27, 2020) – The Mayors and Wardens of eleven municipal units in Southwest Nova Scotia are working together with a unified voice to raise public safety, security, and economic concerns of the municipal units and their residents related to the ongoing tensions surrounding the fishery in Saint Mary’s Bay.