Long-time former Mississauga mayor 'Hurricane Hazel' McCallion dies at 101

Hazel McCallion, affectionately known as “Hurricane Hazel” for her tireless tenacity, has died at the age of 101, her family confirms.

Long-time former Mississauga mayor ‘Hurricane Hazel’ McCallion dies at 101

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