101 years old, female Hazel McCallion accepted the opportunity to extend her role as Toronto Airport Director: “Oversee and operate Canada’s largest airport”.
Hazel is the power of nature, her appearance should not be deceived, apparently she may look like a slender old woman but in reality she is five feet tall They are very focused on strength and determination, they have earned the nickname “Hurricane” and are considered one of the symbols of modern Canada. A school, a library and a baseball team were named after her.
McClellan was born in 1921 in Port Daniel, Quebec, the youngest of five children. He spent his high school years in Montreal and Quebec City Her mother, a nurse, nurtured the confidence to face the world. He later graduated from the Secretariat School, worked as an administrator in the office of an engineering firm in Montreal, and played professional hockey, earning C $ 5 per game, which today is worth almost C $ 100.
The engineering company moved her to Toronto, where she developed a keen interest in local politics in her 50s. Hazel held various municipal roles before running for mayor of Mississauga in 1978. His office was looking after the cows when he was elected, but 36 years later, when he left office at the age of 93, the fields were completely replaced by apartment buildings, a university campus, a transportation center and shopping malls. Today it is the seventh largest city in Canada.
He stepped down with his political instincts in 2014: supporting the winners of Ontario’s last two provincial elections and Justin Trudeau before he ran for prime minister in 2015.
A few days after her 101st birthday celebrations, in an interview in the living room of her home in Mississauga, Ms. McClellan abruptly rejected questions about the gender he faced. “I had very strong male support because I was independent,” she said. “They know I’m not a wallpaper.”
“He played a very important role in Ontario politics. He is very, very pragmatic and that is part of his political recipe“Said Tom Arpaniak, a professor of political science at the University of Cape Breton in Nova Scotia and author of a book on the expansion of Mississauga during Ms McCallian’s tenure.
This is how Ontario Premier Duck Ford described McCallion “Symbol of Canada” And during her 100th birthday celebration last year, she said: “I love her. She was a guide and she taught me a lot. She will always be there for everyone.”
In an interview with the Canadian newspaper “Confidence Pound”, when asked what her secret was, Harken Hazel openly replied that she was inspired by faith and purity:
“Homework and gardening are the best forms of exercise and adhere to humility.”
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