Toronto's transit system has them. Edmonton and Seattle too.
But try and find a public washroom at a bus loop or a SkyTrain Station in Metro Vancouver—good luck.
Oosha Ramsoondar, one of the Raging Grannies who took part in a sing-a-long protest at Waterfront Station in Vancouver on Monday, told CBC's Shane Foxman that a place to go is an absolute need for a public on the go.
"TransLink has a responsibility to the travelling public that uses its services to provide them with basic washroom facilities," she said. "It's only right."
What was TransLink's response? Watch the video to find out.
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