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Parents of children with autism to take legal action against Quebec government, school boards

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The Centre for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR) believes the province’s failure to provide proper services and education is a clear display of discrimination based on disability — and that violates children’s rights. 
Source: Globalnews

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