Ottawa was told about potential problems at Public Health Agency, top doctors say

A steady erosion of scientific capacity and a chronic shortage of resources over the past decade have left the agency unable to do its job properly, public-health experts Perry Kendall and Paul Gully told The Globe and Mail.

“A lot of the tools that the Public Health Agency had for influencing policy and programs were removed and budgets were cut."

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