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Ottawa autism summit calls for national strategy

Advocates, caregivers and people on the autism spectrum are in Ottawa for a two-day summit.
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Advocates, caregivers and people on the autism spectrum are in Ottawa for a two-day summit.

They are calling on the federal government to implement a national strategy to ensure people living with autism have the resources they need to help them succeed.

Sandra Abma reports.

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