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Explore the life and legacy of Hazel McCallion

Exhibit Information

As part of Canada's 150th anniversary, the Museums of Mississauga will present an exhibition honouring former Mayor Hazel McCallion that captures the most captivating moments of her political career.

The exhibition explores the life and legacy of Hazel McCallion and showcases her contributions as a compassionate leader, sports enthusiast, Canadian icon and legacy maker. Artifacts and archival material from the Museums of Mississauga collection, as well as personal items from Hazel McCallion herself will be on display.

On April 12, join Hazel McCallion in Council Chambers for an intimate "In Conversation with Hazel" where she discusses leadership lessons and learnings from building the sixth largest city in Canada. Seating is limited.

The exhibition is open daily and runs from April 12 to April 26.

Guided Tours Available:
Monday to Saturday
12 pm - 4 pm

Group tours are available for ten or more people. Tours can be scheduled Monday to Saturday at 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Please email Stephanie.Myhal@mississauga.ca to book.

Share Your Hazel Story

The Museums of Mississauga is collecting images and stories to be included in the Hazel McCallion Collection with the Museums of Mississauga. Submit your story here.

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Contest is now closed. Thank you to everyone that participated! Click here for contest rules

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - 9:00am to Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 9:00pm
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