Local businesses selling unique products in Clare.
Claude Chaloux, artist-sculptor
Paintings, sculptures, and artworks in stone and in clay. Jewelry “Gatolobo & Brut Art” collection, crystals, minerals, fossils, and art from around the world.
Open everyday from 11 am to 6 pm, May 15 to Dec. 24.
Visit a local art exhibition and sale at the outdoor market in Belliveau Cove!
Fish processing establishment and seafood market. Leader in quality seafood since 1983.
The Farmers Market at the park in Belliveau Cove on Saturdays is your opportunity to support and meet local food producers, artists and artisans. May 25 to September 28, 2024.
New seafood market and takeout
Specialty coffee fresh roasted in the Municipality of Clare, an Acadian region in Southwest Nova Scotia.
Since 1946, Comeau’s Sea Foods Limited has been a mainstay in the Canadian seafood industry.
From blossom to bottle, apples are hand picked and transformed into a crisp tasty cider. Available for purchase at their farm, local farmers markets and some restaurants. New for 2022: tasting room!
June Deveau, artist
Original art works with scenes depicting past and present lifestyles as well as landscapes of the area.
Gallery is closed due to passing of the artist.
Lunacy Eclectic Arts and Gemstones, Michelle Doucet, artist. Carvings, folk art, crystals, gemstones, jewellery, artisanal soap, vintage, macramé, eclectic bohemian wares.
A new winery in Clare! Open on-site by appointment only.
Boutique featuring local artisans & candy. Visit Facebook page for hours.
We’re in the business of biodiversity conservation. We sell quality apparel and use 50% of our profits to buy land which is then legally protected as wild spaces.
Jay LeBlanc, stained glass and various media artist
Stained glass and other works in various media. Exploring art as communication.
Turn off Hwy1 toward Hwy 101 - Cottreau Rd is the immediate first turn on the left.
Open by appointment.
Isao Sanami Morrill, artist and potter
Oil paintings. Debbie is inspired by the ocean and nature and paints mostly landscapes and old buildings.