In 2019, three councillors from the Municipality of Clare received long service awards from the Nova Scotia Federation of Municipalities in recognition of the time and knowledge that they have committed to municipal government. During the Regular Council Meeting on January 15, 2020, Warden Ronnie LeBlanc presented scrolls of recognition to the following councillors:
Deputy Warden Nil Doucet, District 1, for his 15 years of service;
Councillor Danny Hill, District 2, for his 15 years of service;
Councillor Brian Comeau, District 5, for his 15 years of service.
The Municipality of Clare wishes to congratulate the councillors for their commitment to the community.
UPDATE: The municipal office will open today at 11 a.m. The Clare Health Centre will open at 10:30 a.m.
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SECOND ANNUAL SEASON OF GIVING CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF AT THE MUNICIPALITY OF CLARE
Little Brook, NS – November 18, 2019: For the second year in a row, the Municipality of Clare is launching its Season of Giving campaign to collect donations for local charitable organizations. Until Thursday, December 19, residents are encouraged to drop off a donation, such as a non-perishable food item or new toy, to the Municipal Office during office hours.
According to recent statistics from Feed Nova Scotia, 42,000 Nova Scotians were supported by food banks in 2018 and one in five children in the province are currently living in poverty. The community of Clare is not untouched by these numbers. Once again, food donations and toiletries will be brought to the Clare Food Bank at the Sacré Coeur Parish Hall in Saulnierville, while toy donations will be brought to Les papas Noël de Clare.
Residents are also invited to drop off their donations at three holiday events organized by the Municipality of Clare’s Recreation Services:
Lighting of the Christmas Tree: Sunday, December 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Clare Veterans Centre
RBC Skate with Santa: Saturday, December 7, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Université Sainte-Anne’s arena
Christmas in Havelock: Saturday, December 14, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Havelock Community Centre
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Settled in 1768 and incorporated in 1879, the Municipality of Clare is located at the southwestern tip of Nova Scotia with approximately 8,000 residents. The Municipality of Clare is the only municipality in the province that conducts business and offers services in both official languages, French and English.
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The municipalities of Clare and Argyle are seeking to fill the four executive positions on the 2024 Congrès mondial acadien Organizing Committee (COCMA) through a public Expression of Interest. The positions of President, Vice-President (Clare Region) Vice-President (Argyle Region) and Secretary/Treasurer will have a five-year mandate, starting December 1, 2019, and ending December 1, 2024. Expression of Interest documents are available at the Clare municipal office, the Argyle municipal office and online: https://www.cma2024.ca/doc/eoi-en.pdf.
Deadline for applications: October 25, 2019
With hunting season underway in the region, two conservation officers met with Municipal Council to give a presentation about Nova Scotia’s Off-Highway Vehicle Act at the Municipality of Clare’s Regular Council Meeting on September 18.
Click here to watch the presentation: https://video.ibm.com/recorded/123960140
Click here to read the OHV Riders Handbook from the Department of Lands and Forestry: https://novascotia.ca/natr/ohv/riders_handbook.asp
To report an off-highway vehicle violation, please call 1-800-565-2224.