Reading of Chloe Brown here https://storeys.com/toronto-mayoral-candidate-chloe-brown/ I can’t see how she would appeal to the suburban voters of Etobicoke, Scarborough, East York and North York. With downtowners more trending towards non-voters (poorer, renters, younger and often non-citizens), candidates need to remember that the city is more than pre-amalgamation Toronto. If you don’t appeal to the strong-voting boomer home-owners of East York and Forest Hill, you’re going to lose.Gil is dead in the water, and Chloe, while strongly opinionated doesn't have the ground game to win.
Of course that’s why Harris amalgamated the city, to dilute urbanist, progressive ideals. But here we are.