Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion turns 92 years old Thursday.
In an interview with 680News political affairs specialist John Stall, McCallion said she feels 29 years young.
Also, despite the fact she won’t be running in next fall’s municipal elections, she still loves going to work every day.
“I love the job, I love working with people. It’s been a real privilege,” McCallion said.
The mayor said she’s got a busy day of work, followed by a birthday dinner with her family.
“Hurricane Hazel” has been mayor since 1978 and won her 12th term in 2010.
Under her leadership, Mississauga became the third-largest city in Ontario and the sixth largest in Canada, with a population of 734,000.