Totallyr, roughly where in the city do you live?
I used to live in Dundas, below the escarpment, just off of 99 HWY, between Creighton and Overfield. I had a 48' tower with a 6 element Colban (made in Dundas I think, and that's a while ago
). From there, with the beam fed with 300 ohm shielded twin-lead, and a Sansui TU-9900 tuner, I could listen to WOMJ 104.3 with the beam west facing. Erie was more difficult, Buffalo was a shoe-in. The main problem I had was front-end overload from 95.3, 93.3 and later in years, 102.9. Those who designed the front-end of the receiver placed the RF attenuator AFTER the first RF stage. Using a TFM-2 double tunable FM trap, made by Gerald helped a lot. Also some wide-band switchable attenuation made the situation more manageable. It would have been interesting putting a McIntosh MR-80 on that feed line... But given a clear, un-tinkered with FM signal was an amazing experience.
So... Where you live will determine which stations you'll have problems with.
Depending on your tuner, you may or may not need to notch 94.7 and 95.3., as those two are in line more or less with Buffalo.
The tower also had amateur radio antennas for the HF bands as well as 2m, and a J-Pole for the 220MHz repeater.