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Today in the Canadian House of Commons, we saw the leaders of three of Canada’s four national political parties put partisan interests aside, standing together for Canadians living with autism and their families.

In the space of six minutes, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May each called on the Liberal government to reverse its decision to reject the Canadian Autism Partnership. You can see all three of the questions here.