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The region of Southwest Nova Scotia to host the Congrès mondial acadien 2024

ATLANTIC CANADA – Sunday, May 26, 2019 – The Congrès mondial acadien 2024 (CMA2024) will be held in Nova Scotia. The members of la Société Nationale de l’Acadie (SNA) Board of Directors decided on the bid put forward by Clare and Argyle to host this major quinquennial event.

The announcement was made on Sunday at the head office of the national Acadian body in Moncton, New Brunswick.

“The municipalities of Clare and Argyle showed us an Acadie that is dynamic, proud and overflowing with ideas. We are confident that the organization of the CMA 2024 is in good hands,” said Louise Imbeault, President of the SNA.

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Press Release: Mariners Centre Expansion

To: all residents and stakeholders

Re: Mariners Centre Expansion

As residents of Yarmouth County, we are fortunate to have great outdoor spaces and recreational facilities. We have access to spaces that allow us to gather and enjoy a variety of sports and leisure activities.

Our region took a leap forward in 2001 when Mariners Centre opened its doors. It gave us a two-surface ice arena and multi-purpose possibilities allowing us to host trade shows, concerts, Relay for Life, Hospital Hullaballoo, graduations, Remembrance Day ceremonies, and more. In recent years other indoor recreation needs have been expressed, and the three Councils have come together to take our community another step further. The focal point of discussion has been around an expansion at Mariners Centre.

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The region of Clare and Argyle is preparing a bid to host the 2024 Congrès mondial acadien

Little Brook, NS – November 8, 2018: The southwestern Nova Scotia municipalities of Clare and Argyle are preparing a joint bid to host the 7th Congrès mondial acadien (CMA), to be held in August 2024. The region last took part in the event in 2004. That year also marks the last time the CMA was hosted outside of New Brunswick.

This event would inspire Acadians to revisit the historically rich area of Clare and Argyle (or #CLARGYLE) and to celebrate the energy of a community in motion. In this vein, the 2024 CMA bid committee is set to launch the “J’appuie #CLARGYLE CMA 2024” campaign to spread the word to residents of the region, who are known for warmly welcoming large-scale events to their corner of the world, such as the Festival acadien de Clare and the Gran Fondo Baie Sainte-Marie in Clare, the 33rd Jeux de l’Acadie finals and the Wedgeport Tuna Tournament & Festival in Argyle, along with a portion of the CMA in 2004.

“The entire province of Nova Scotia had the honour of hosting the Congrès mondial acadien in 2004,” stated Allister Surette, president of the CMA 2004 organizing committee and spokesperson for the CMA 2024 bid committee. “This opportunity would turn the focus to this part of the province. It would allow us to show the achievements we’ve carried out since we last hosted the event, as well as our region’s bright future. We look forward to seeing you again!”

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