"HURRICANE HAZEL" McCALLION BECOMES SPECIAL ADVISOR TO FORD GOVERNMENT

Jan 18, 2019

By Michael Kramer

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(Canadian Press)

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has appointed former Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion as a special adviser.

The  government says McCallion will advise Ford and Municipal Affairs Minister Steve Clark on a range of municipal issues – and will receive up to $150,000 per year.

Her appointment comes days after the province announced it was reviewing 82 municipalities – raising the possibility of amalgamations.

McCallion endorsed Ford for premier in the 2018 election.

The former mayor, known as “Hurricane Hazel,” is less than a month away from her 98th birthday.

The former Liberal government made February 14th Hazel McCallion Day – in honour of her birthday.

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