A roundup of some of the latest news in women, Toronto, and/or politics this week. What stories did you read this week? Tell us in the comments.
- Toronto city workers began a work-to-rule campaign this week, and held a protest outside city hall on Thursday to demand better working conditions
- The Toronto Police board will create an external mental health advisory committee in hopes of improving how police deal with people in crisis
- U of T announced they will begin to collect race-based data on their students in order tackle equity challenges at the university
- The 2016 Provincial Budget rolled out this week and Torontoist breaks down what these funding promises mean for our city
- The Liberals will repeal part of Bill C-24, which targeted Canadians with dual citizenship who were suspected of terrorism
- A coalition of groups launched the Every Voter Counts Alliance to campaign for proportional representation in future federal elections