For what it's worth, I think the most pressing political issue Toronto needs to rally behind is demanding a national transit strategy which Chow has advocated for in Ottawa and will make a central plank of her campaign. Tory is a man of integrity and fiscally prudent at that. He is not however, a city builder and a visionary for a city that desperately requires advocacy and activism on the national/provincial stage.
Tory not a city builde or a visionary? That's ridiculous. Listen to him talk about this city and clearly he knows what it needs.
His handling of the future of Ontario Place was pretty dead on in my opinion.