According to Rugby Canada, veteran forward Jamie Cudmore will be leaving Clermont to join fellow Top 14 side Oyonnax, on a two-year deal at the end of this season.
The 37-year-old Canadian has made over 200 appearances for Clermont, since his debut in 2005.
The Winnipeg-born second-rower was an integral part of the French club's Top 14 title in 2010, the first in their history.
He has only appeared in five games for Clermont so far this season, he was recently appointed as Canada's assistant coach but only assisted them in their first three games of the Americas Rugby Championship.
Cudmore has appeared in four World Cups for his country and has amassed 39 test caps since his debut in 2002.