!!!! People Before Profits !!!!
Mayor of Mississauga
Your Financial Donations are Greatly Appreciated.
and necessary to make the difference needed!
McCallion's are developers
Hazel an unlawful one.
Not what being revealed in the Mississauga Inquiry - BETTER!
Remember what you are seeing is just the tip of the ice burg - likely lots more to totally sink
the Mayor and how much of Mississauga will she take with her?
McCallion's as developers
their friends in business, an interesting subject in its self.
That subject is below.
Points to note (so far):
- This is the same property that Hazel McCallion was taken to court over only a few years before regarding her improper conduct - Conflict of Interest. Her business dealings are not open and highly questionable.
- Hazel McCallion lists herself as President of 675352 Ontario Limited, for an elected official to do so and after what has just happened regarding the same property, some would say that is very arrogant of her.
- There is no evidence so far that the land was properly or legally put into a trust with Willson McTavish.
- It is interesting that 675352 Ontario Limited is not listed on the subdivision application documents. It is also very clear the Mayor of Mississauga is making every effort to hide (things she had knowledge of), her name and her family's business dealings as a developers making the subdivision application, that the land was now owned by numbered company that the McCallion's were directors of and the "In Trust" was theirs.
- John D. Rogers & Associates are the consultants for Hazel McCallion and family regarding this subdivision application. They did not declare who the true owner was.
- When this matter did come before Mississauga City and Peel Councils, Hazel McCallion did declare a Conflict of Interest BUT never noted that it was because of her and her family's were in fact the developers. The same reason was given for both her and her neighbour's property.
- Hazel McCallion made a point of getting an approved subdivision application before selling the property to maximize the profit. It was sold to Tradmore, a company with a few non-Canadians (Paris) Directors listed.
- Other elements of this matter are still need to explored and explained.
"I therefore find that the respondent has contravened s. 2(1) of the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act."
Although a breach of any one of these proscriptions constitutes a contravention of s. 2(1),
We agree with the trial judge that Mayor McCallion should be required to pay the costs of the hearing before him.
This all occurred regarding land she called home and that went from being in the last zone of
Here is a map of where the McCallion homestead (centre) and where her Subdivision Application was - 1560 Britannia Rd. W.
Note the "in trust" and McCallion name no where to be seen.
The numbered company used in the deal with this was 675352 Ontario Limited.
How nice to see Hazel McCallion's name listed as President.
Council meeting minutes showing the approval of the
Subdivision Application and what the Mayor about her Conflict of Interest.
"by virtue of proximity of the subject lands to lands she owns jointly with her husband,"
The truth is clear as mud.
Here is the land transfer / Deed with 675352 Ontario Limited on it with the location of the land and Hazel signature - can you ask for more?
Yes and it is next!
Here we go, the icing on the cake.
After Hazel was done with the company it was turned over to her son
- Peter McCallion to play with.
Maybe this is where he learned to toy with companies and not be serious.
Is the media interested in this - no way - it too clearly shows Hazel is dirty and they created her - so they protect her and no one is allowed to take her down but them. Also, no one is allowed to point out how wrong (or just plain lying) they have been all these years.
While we are going down memory lane let look at another example of
Hazel idea of running Mississauga for fun and profit.
Hope the reader will understand that the Mississauga Inquiry did not find the only example of the McCallion's wrongly using their power and position to make money at Mississauga's expense
- there are many and from day one to now!
In the same year as Mississauga was born the McCallions and the Randles created a company to profit greatly in the boom town that Mississauga would be, by among other things
- "connect or subdivide real estate properties".
What is really interesting is that Randles sat on the Mississauga Committee of Adjustment that
controls changes in land zoning, etc.
More about Randles here.
Believe it or not
A lot of what I am saying (or enough that if it was a man there would have been a major inquiry as to how legal certain deal were done), have been found and by a major News Paper - the Toronto Sun, again who cares? Text below.
Apr. 23 - 1982 - Toronto Sun - By John Downing
Mississauga gold rush
The weeks slip away before the next municipal elections but a judge has yet to deal with the conflict of interest charge that could bring dramatic change to the Mississauga election.
It will be June at least before Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion gets her day in country court to answer the complaint of former council colleague Jack Graham that she may have contravened the municipal conflict of interest act when her council started the approval process last November for 26,000 houses and apartment units.
Graham, a Mississauga lawyer, asks the judge to throw McCallion out of office and disqualify her from holding a position on any council or urban agency for up to seven years.
On Nov. 2, council approved 10 areas in five neighborhoods for development after a long, costly study by two task forces, the last one composed of officials from the city, region, school board and hydro commission.
However, council didn’t follow all the recommendations of these officials. There was controversy surrounding the report since the officials worried about the city’s ability to finance the services such enormous growth requires.
One area given approval by council but not by the last task force is East Credit. This is also the area where McCallion and her husband Samuel have owned a house and five acres since 1951, purchased for $14,000.
Under the motion approved by council, 2,918 detached houses, 92 townhouses and
338 apartment units can be built in East Credit.
Mississauga is no stranger to development pressures which have caused the
price of serviced land there to soar.
The value of the 1,013 acres released by council for development in East Credit - the area not recommended by staff - is at least $50 million.
Mississauga has boomed from an expanse of sleepy farms and quiet dormitory communities to the fastest-growing city in the country.
It has grown 26% in the last five years to become ninth among Canada’s cities.
Its 315,056 people make it larger than Ottawa and Hamilton.
And McCallion has been very much part of this explosion, gaining a national reputation as a stubborn, formidable leader who always does her own thing whether the problem was the derailment crisis, heading a province-wide urban lobby or the seven days a week work running Mississauga.
She is a veteran councillor, having served since the 1960's.
She had no opposition when she ran for a second mayoralty term in the last election.
As proof of the support she enjoys in her community, eight councillors and three senior officials rallied to her in this case by filing affidavits with the Peel County Court.
The court also has a number of examinations for discovery, including a cross examination of McCallion by John Laskin acting for Graham.
The mayor was asked if she had an interest in any company or partnership that has any interest in Mississauga property, whether she was familiar with Macran Associates ltd., whether she was a Macran director, whether she knew a “Mr. Randles”, whether “Randles” was a Macran director, whether Macran has Mississauga property and whether she owned property outside Mississauga?
Her lawyer, J.L. Finlay, instructed her not to answer.
The latest record on Macran filed with the consumer and commercial relations ministry shows it is a company with a Mississauga address formed for the purpose of “development and property management”.
McCallion, her husband, and Allan and Agnes Randles are listed as directors of the company from the date of incorporation on March 14, 1974.
Allan Randles was appointed in 1974 by Mississauga council to its committee of adjustment and the Peel land division committee. He was reappointed for two terms.
On Dec. 23, 1981, he was reappointed to the committee of adjustment, a body that deals with minor zoning changes, with McCallion declaring a conflict of interest.
Records in the Peel Registry Office show that Markborough Properties Ltd., sold 2.6 acres of vacant industrial land in Mississauga on Jan. 30, 1974, to Peter McCallion-in-trust, the mayor’s son.
The price was $79,740.
According to the same records, the land was conveyed to Macran on April 9, 1974, for $2.
Macran sold the parcel for $212,640 on Sept. 13, 1974, to Tleg Investments Ltd., Elto Investments Ltd., and Strongway Construction Ltd.
The price had increased $132,900 in seven months in Mississauga’s giddy gold rush for real estate.
To leave you with one last item - food for thought.
When the McCallion's went to Streetsville to start up their new lives after working many years for others, they set up a printing company that would play a key role in Hazel's political career and her newspaper the Booster.
Guess who they bought the land from?
Yes - Ship & Son Limited and if don't know how close they are to the McCallion's then
you are really out of touch.