At 101, McCaughlin became a director of the Toronto Airport Board

2022-05-22 0 By

Canada – The 101-year-old former Mayor of Mississauga will serve as a director and federal representative on the Board of the Greater Toronto Airport Authority for the next three years, Canada’s Transport minister announced today.In fact, McCaughlin previously held the position in 2017, after turning 100.In addition to serving as Mayor of Mississauga for 36 years, McCaughlin is a Recipient of the Order of Canada, special advisor to Ontario on municipal Affairs, and special advisor to Sheridan College and the University of Toronto.Her reputation is so high that she has a library and public transit line named after her in Toronto.The federal Transport minister also wished McCaughlin all the best as he continues to serve the transport sector.