Hear me on this:
About 2 years ago, the city council decided that the Sheppard East corridor would get LRT and not subway. Then the province said they would not start until 2017. Now, it's after the election. But what if the new city council reopens the sheppard debate, and the decides on the Subway. I think Tory would cave, but what about Chow or Soknancki? A very tiny part of me thinks that after the election city council will want to go back to the Sheppard subway, especially those Councillors out east. It will go from now we have one subway, to why don't we have two like North York? Another issue is if this happens, what does Hudak, or Wynne do then? How do we pay for it?
Ell I doubt Tory would cae for Sheppard as he has said he will not open the Scarborough subway debate so why would he open the Sheppard LRT debate. If you open one the other will also be opened up. The next election after that will be in 2018 so councillors won;t be worried about reelection, especially if the LRT is up and running/