Councillor Hector Thibault lives in Church Point and represents District 3: Grosses-Coques, Church Point, Church Point Station, Little Brook (north) and Little Brook Station (north). Hector was first elected to Council in 2012 and is currently on five committees; Public Works Committee, Personnel Committee, Villa Acadienne, E.M.O., and the Police Advisory Board. Outside his duties as councillor, Hector keeps busy with a multi-acre fruit orchard.
Deputy Warden Nil Doucet lives in St. Bernard and represents District 1: New Edinburg, St. Bernnard, Belliveau Cove, Ohio and Weaver Settlement. Nil was first elected to Council in 2004 and currently sits on four committees; Planning Advisory Committee, Doctor Recruitment, Police Advisory Board, and the Clare Firefighters Association. Outside his duties as Deputy Warden, Nil likes to scuba dive, play hockey and badminton, dabble in magic and enjoys the outdoors through hunting and camping.
(902) 769-8621 (mobile)
(902) 769-2033; 769-2114 ext 147 (work)
Councillor Danny Hill lives in Hilltown and represents District 2: Concessions (north), Margo, St-Joseph, Weaver Settlement, Hassett, Havelock, New Tusket, Corberrie, Southville, Hilltown, Easton, Moody’s Corner & Richfield. First elected to Council in 2004, Danny is currently on four committees; Audit Committee, Highway 101 Taskforce, Weymouth Doctor Recruiting Committee, and Clare Firefighters Association. Outside his duties as Councillor, Danny likes to play soft ball, fish, hunt, camp and go four wheeling.
(902) 837-5888 (home)
(902) 837-8396 (mobile)
Councillor Carl Deveau lives in Saulnierville Station and represents District 4: Little Brook (south), Little Brook Station (south), Comeauville, Saulnierville, Saulnierville Station (south, Concessions (south), Lower Concession and Saint-Joseph (parts of). First elected to Council in 2016 and currently sits on seven committees; Planning Advisory Committee, Doctor Recruitment, E.M.O., Wastecheck, Western County Regional Library, Carleton River Watershed Area Water Qualit Monitoring Steering Committee, and South West Nova Biosphere Reserve Association. Outside his duties as Councillor, Carl enjoys sports such as kayaking, outback/wilderness camping and canoeing, he also dedicates his free time as a trainer for Les Jeux de l’Acadie and plays the flute, the drums and the Harmonica.
(902) 769-3560 (home)
(902) 769-8678 (mobile)
Councillor Brian Comeau lives in Lower Saulnierville. Originally from New Brunswick, Brian moved to Clare in 1971. Brian represents District 5: Saulnierville (south, Lower Saulnierville, La Butte (parts of), Bangor, Meteghan Station (parts of) and Maxwellton (parts of). Brian was first elected to Council in 2004 and currently sits on five committees; Planning Advisory Committee, By-Laws Committee, Audit Committee, Personnel Committee and Villa Acadienne. Outside his duties as councillor, Brian enjoys sports such as hockey and softball.
(902) 769-0715 (home)
(902) 769-7895 (mobile)
(902) 742-5619 (Work)
Councillor Eric Pothier lives in Meteghan and represents District 6: La Butte (parts of), Meteghan Center, Meteghan (north), St-Bennoni, Meteghan Station (parts of), St-Martin and Maxwellton. He was first elected to Council in 2016 and is currently sitting on five committees; Planning Advisory Committee, By-Laws Committee, Public Works Committee, Audit Committee and Villa Acadienne. Eric’s interests include sports, cooking, Acadian culture, the woods and loves being involved with the community.
(902) 645-3727 (home)
(902) 769-7544 (mobile)
Warden Ronnie LeBlanc lives in Meteghan and represents District 7: Meteghan (south), Saint-Alphonse, Mavillette (east) and Cape St- Marie. He was first elected to Council in 2000 and currently sits on 11 committees; Weymouth Doctor Recruiting Committee, Personnel Committee, E.M.O., Université Sainte-Anne Board of Directors, the Société de l’Edifice Saint Marie de la Pointe Committee, Community & Nova Scotia Health Authority Stakeholder Group, Doctor Recruitment, Highway 101 Taskforce, Yarmouth Hospital Foundation, CDÉNÉ, and the WREN. During his spare time, Ronnie enjoys the sport of curling.
(902) 769-8006 (mobile)
Councillor Yvon LeBlanc lives in Saint-Alphonse and represents District 8: Mavillette (west), Salmon River, Woodvale, Beaver River, Mayflower, Lac-des-Doucette, Springdale, Cedar Lake, Hectanooga, Briar Lake, to Yarmouth County line. He was first elected in 2016 and currently sits on seven committees; By-Laws Committee, Public Works Committee, Audit Committee, Clare Firefighter’s Association, Wastecheck, Villa Acadienne and Western Regional Enterprise Network (WREN). Outside his duties as Councillor, Yvon enjoys camping, boating and barbecuing with his family and friends.
(902) 778-0653 (mobile)