The 2018 Toronto municipal election has attracted enormous attention, providing the perfect opportunity to challenge the status quo and debate what issues should be made top priorities. The Munk School's Urban Policy Lab partnered with the Gender, Diversity and Public Policy Initiative to inspire Master of Public Policy students to develop a priority agenda for the incoming city council. Our vision was to connect students with several candidates in the upcoming Toronto election who are challenging long-time incumbents, particularly new voices who are running to challenge the status quo at City Hall. Our guest speakers included Kevin Vuong, Saman Tabasinejad, Cheryl Lewis-Thurab and Sarah Climenhaga. MPP students along with candidates co-created an equitable urban priority agenda for the Toronto city council. The priority agenda can be viewed here.