Connected Care for Nova Scotians

Health care needs are evolving and Nova Scotia's redevelopment projects present a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rethink and rebuild the way we deliver health care.

The plans are focused on making our health care system stronger to ensure the needs of Nova Scotians remain at the heart of everything we do. Together, these projects will help support the health care of all Nova Scotians today, and for future generations.

There will be opportunities for the public to stay informed and engaged in these exciting projects.

QEII New Generation

Improving care with better spaces and better technology. The Victoria and Centennial buildings are aging. By moving care and services to new, modern facilities, the QEII Health Sciences Centre will continue to provide top quality advanced health care to all Nova Scotians, as well as immediate outpatient care and emergency services to Halifax residents. Plans include extensive renovations at several hospitals, a modern cancer centre, and new outpatient centres.

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Cape Breton Regional Municipality Health Care Redevelopment

Providing the best health care for residents of Cape Breton Regional Municipality and surrounding areas.  To address aging infrastructure and the need for expanded and more modern services, Cape Breton’s health system will be reshaped and revitalized. Plans include major expansions and additions to hospitals and health services in communities across CBRM. 

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Latest Updates

New Waterford was buzzing on Sept. 4, as the new Gary McDonald Recreation Complex officially reopened. The event featured Cape Breton University’s men’s and women’s soccer teams squaring off and a ceremony that celebrated several sports legacies from New Waterford.
The Nova Scotia government is issuing tenders for more than $200 million worth of construction for the new Northside Health Complex
The Nova Scotia government is committing $7.7 million to build a community wellness centre as part of the New Waterford Community Hub project.