November 17, 2022. LITTLE BROOK, NS. Some 14 food and beverage entrepreneurs in the Municipalities of Clare and Argyle are upping their game through the Clare-Argyle Culinary Enhancement Program.

Organized by the Municipality of Clare’s Tourism Manager Larry Peach and Charles Robicheau from the Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Tourism Association (YASTA), ACOA provided a $70,000 non-repayable contribution toward the Culinary Enhancement Program through the Rediscover Main Streets initiative. For complete article, click here.

SAULNIERVILLE, N.S. — Normally at this time of the year organizers for the Gran Fondo Baie Sainte-Marie – the September cycling event held in Clare attracting up to 1,000 cyclists from all over North America – are lining up volunteers and ordering hundreds of jerseys for their popular road cycling event.

Since the Gran Fondo has been cancelled for the second consecutive year due to COVID, organizers are offering some new smaller events this summer that highlight the region’s unique geography, culture and experiences. For the complete article, click here.

Little Brook, NS – July 2, 2020: The Municipality of Clare and community partners are launching a new map-brochure inviting visitors and locals alike to discover and support the visual artists of the beautiful Acadian community of Clare, Nova Scotia.

Artists participating in the Art de la Baie initiative invite you to spend the day to discover the Clare area through its art. The map-brochure serves as a guide as travellers hit the road in the picturesque St. Mary’s Bay to visit 18 artist galleries and studios.

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