We’re going to tell you about a sad death to make sure you finish this article, since everyone on social media is asking a lot of questions about the death of Hazel McCallion, who was said to be the long-time mayor of Mississauga. People are paying tribute to her on social media because, up until her death at age 101, she was one of the most powerful and sure of herself women.
She was one of those women who liked to work hard. During her 36 years as mayor, she turned Mississauga from a large ruler community into the busy Metropolis. On Sunday morning, her family members confirmed on social media that she had died peacefully at home. She was a true public servant.
She spent almost half of her life working to make the community better. She was one of the longest-serving mayors in the city’s history, and she saw it grow into one of Canada’s biggest cities. She has left a mark on everyone’s life, and the whole community is saddened by her death. She was an amazing woman, and people were lucky to know her. Everyone will be very sad about this.
People are very sad to hear about her death. She was a great friend to many people. One of them used to teach her about wisdom and guide her. Her supporters called her a “hurricane” because of her different political style. She served 12 terms as the chief magistrate of Mississauga from 1978 to 2014.
We’ve lost a great person, and we’ll let you know about her funeral and other arrangements as soon as we hear more from her family. Right now, we can’t get in touch with them, but we’re doing our best. Her whole family has lost a loved one, so my deepest condolences and sympathies to them all. The whole neighborhood will miss her. May her soul rest in peace.