Little Brook, NS – June 5, 2020: The Municipality of Clare proudly supports the nomination of Allister Surette as President and Vice-Chancellor of Université Sainte-Anne for a third term. Mr. Surette, who has held the position since July 2011, will have completed his second five-year term on June 30, 2021.

“As President and Vice-Chancellor of Université Sainte-Anne, Allister Surette has been a highly valued partner of the Municipality of Clare,” states Stéphane Cyr,...

Property tax bills for the Municipality of Clare were sent at the end of April. If you haven’t received your tax bill yet, please contact the municipal office at 902-769-2031.

Please remember that failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt a property owner from the requirement from paying taxes. For more information on how to pay your property taxes, please visit



Little Brook, NS: The Municipality of Clare welcomed Chantal Pottier in her new role as Manager of the Clare Health Centre on May 11, 2020. She replaces Janice Bilodeau, who held the position since 2008.

“We are pleased to have Chantal on board as the Manager of the Clare Health Centre. We believe she has the experience and the know-how to fill the position successfully,” says...

Clare, NS – May 15, 2020: The Acadian community of Clare, Nova Scotia, is hosting its first ever Pride Week from June 8 to 12, 2020. At a time when many festivals are postponing their activities due to COVID-19 complications, organizers of Fierté CLARE Pride are fully embracing social distancing measures with the slogan Physically apart, together in heart.

The Nova Scotia Government has announced the easing of restrictions on municipal and provincial parks and trails. The following sites within the Municipality of Clare are therefore once again open:
✅ Cape Saint Mary Lighthouse Municipal Park
✅ Joseph and Marie Dugas Municipal Park
✅ Major's Point Historic Site
✅ Wentworth Municipal Park
✅ Smugglers Cove Provincial Park

The following sites remain closed until further notice:
⛔️ Meteghan Family Park