Mr. Speaker, as the member points out, he has a child with autism whom I have met. He certainly knows far more about this issue than I do.
There is one point I want to make. The member's child was lucky to be born in Alberta, and he acknowledges that it is a health issue. If that child had been born in another province or lived in another province, and I will not mention them, but certainly all the Atlantic Canadian provinces, that child would not get any of the treatments the member's child has received. If he did, it would be cut off when he was six.
It is my proposition that regardless of where people are born in Canada, regardless of where people live, they should be treated equally.