Best bet would be just to ignore him anyways. Likely the majority are not agreeing with him anyways and don't want stagnation.
I'm just tried of hearing reading about how Carling would be the best option while the vast majority thinks the total opposite. Simply put Carling is The longest route, the costliest route, the one with the narrowest path , the option that will require the modification of the most roadways/intersections, the one with the most stops along the route, and the one that will create the most disruptions to businesses/institutions (i.e Carlingwood, Canadian Tire, Corel Building, Westgate, Civic and Royal Hospital) and motorists including the 417 itself and major intersections like Holland/Fisher, Island Park, Merivale, Maitland, Woodroffe and the JMP (and probably in a lesser degree Preston/Prince of Wales). The list of cons against the Carling option is astounding. Not sure about that study mentionned saying it would take 17 minutes to reach downtown via the Carling option (I guess it would if it would tunnelled all the way and even then)
"However, the Leafs have not won the Cup since 1967, giving them the longest-active Cup drought in the NHL, and thus are the only Original Six team that has not won the Cup since the 1967 NHL expansion." Favorite phrase on the Toronto Maple Leafs Wikipedia page.