News Coverage

News Coverage

Health care is often in the news in Nova Scotia. Doctors Nova Scotia’s members are outspoken advocates for improving health care in the province. Whether they’re offering an opinion on a medical issue or calling for system reform, Nova Scotian physicians are trusted sources.



image of a poster with tie.  poster titled Dr. Robert Strang Community Hero Award

Applications open for Dr. Robert Strang Community Hero Award

Halifax Today
Cape Breton Regional Municipality Mayor Amanda McDougall holding her infant son Emmett, in a chair

Culture change key to attracting more women to politics

The Chronicle Herald
head short of Dr. Robyn MacQuarrie, President of Doctors Nova Scotia

Virtual Care extended until March 31, 2022

CBC Nova Scotia
image a surgical gloved hand inserting a syringe into a COVID-19 vaccinne bottle

Nova Scotia remains envy of many Canadian jurisdictions with only 27 active COVID-19 cases

CTV News Atlantic
a female patient sits on an examining bed in a physician's office receiving his COVID-19 vaccine from a health care worker

JOHN DeMONT: The joy of the COVID-19 jab

The Chronicle Herald
image of a physician holding a cell phone in their hands infront of their chest, looking at the screen on the phone

Virtual health care: “We jumped a generation and started catching up”

Halifax Examiner
image of female physician, Dr. Fergusuon, providing an interview

March 20: Two new COVID-19 cases reported in Nova Scotia; first primary care vaccine shot delivered

The Chronicle Herald
a female patient sits on an examining bed in a physician's office receiving her COVID-19 vaccine

First primary care clinic in Nova Scotia administers COVID-19 vaccines Saturday

CTV News Atlantic


Barb Johnson
Senior communications advisor
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