"No, autism is not a disability and The Canada Health Act is not for Special interest Groups."
Mr. Moore obviously knows nothing about autism disorders when he states that autism is not a disability. He might want to visit web sites of agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee in the US. Or he could talk to officials at the Canada Revenue Agency who do consider autism a disability for Disability Tax Credit pruposes and specifically mention autism at page 7 of document RC4064(E) Rev. 10 Medical and Disability-Related Information .
As to why James Moore would define persons with autism as a special interest group or why the Canada Health act does not apply to them his brief dismissal of this serious issue provides no illumination.