People waiting for a family doctor in Nova Scotia could face years without finding one

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Paul Morris is looking forward to the day he has a primary care provider as he approaches three years on the provincial registry for people who need a family doctor. 

In June 2021, Morris and his wife moved to Concession, N.S., from Ontario for retirement. 

At the time, 6.8 per cent of the population in Digby, Clare and Weymouth were on the registry. Now, the couple is among 20 per cent of the local population who say they need a family practice, according to Nova Scotia Health data. 

“We did several years of research before we moved here, so … we were well aware of

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