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Opening comments: More at the end.
The Missing News takes a page from my book - a grand list of all articles - (posted here Aug. 9th).
Boy, the News is making up for years of non-reporting - which in reality caused the problems being "discovered" in the discovery.
To the main Judicial Inquiry page - to the Hazel McCallion page.
Mississauga News - Aug. 4, 2010 - By
Judicial inquiry coverage
Faces of the inquiry.
From left, businessman Peter McCallion and his powerful mother, Mayor Hazel McCallion,
are in the spotlight as the historic Mississauga judicial inquiry continues to unfold in the Burnhamthorpe Rd. W. courthouse.
Justice Douglas Cunningham (right) is probing the extent of the mayor’s involvement in a major land deal that was being brokered by her son,
and whether she had a conflict of interest.
Did Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion have a conflict of interest when she got involved in her son's business dealings? Or, was she just working on behalf the City of Mississauga by helping to bring a major hotel and convention centre to the City Centre?
That's what Justice Douglas Cunningham is trying to determine at the ongoing Mississauga judicial inquiry.
It's also a hot topic of conversation for many city residents.
The City of Mississauga Judicial Inquiry was established under Section 274 of the Municipal Act by a vote of City Council on Nov. 11, 2009.
It has been conducted in two sessions. The first half, which began May 25 and ran through June 15, examined a controversial Enersource Shareholders Agreement that gave unusual veto powers to the utility's minority owner, the giant OMERS pension fund.
The second part of the inquiry, which got underway July 8, is examining the mayor's role in a bid by a development company fronted by her son to buy a package of City Centre land from OMERS for a hotel and convention centre.
Below is our coverage of the judicial inquiry to date.
Consultant didn't deal with McCallions
Inquiry resumes next week
City may sue mayor’s son for $150,000
Council okays $250,000 more for mayor
What price truth?
Mayor should step down
McCallions’ inquiry tab could top $500,000
Mayor not helped by son’s testimony
McCallion should pay: Parrish
'I did nothing wrong'
Firm thought McCallion was a real estate agent, inquiry told
City wasn't fleeced in land deal
Son misled mayor, lawyer suggests
McCallion sticks up for mom
McCallion's memory tested
Mayor pushed her son's project
Mayor's son on the hot seat
Not a principal: McCallion
McCallion co-signed loan
Mayor an 'emissary' for son's company: lawyer
O'Brien was also involved in Sheridan deal
Lawyers prepare for battle at inquiry
Hazel vouched for son's partner
Mayor's son to testify
OMERS denies inflating land deal
Code needed at City
Company received $4M payout
City seeks public review of ethics code
Company received $4M pay-out over hotel deal
Voters will decide
Process can't be muzzled
Mayor pushed deal, Inquiry told
Mayor linked to meeting
Mayor pushed for hotel in City Centre
Judge shoots down mayor's request
Was it legal?
Mayor cries foul at inquiry
Inquiry hits another roadblock
Inquiry costs now expected to hit $5 million
Inquiry may hurt Enersource: lawyer
'I am not stepping down'
Inquiry's second phase begins in July
'I forget‚' doesn't cut it
Council told of veto: Mahoney
Mahoney set to testify at inquiry
Mahoney called to testify
Councillor asks for fees
Mayor's legal fees capped
Inquiry costs climb
Lawyers want more to represent mayor
McCallion calls out Parrish
Mayor denies knowing of veto
Deal negotiated improperly, inquiry hears
Mayor on stand tomorrow
Enersource deal 'terrific' for Mississauga
Enersource deal nixed by inquiry
We'll all pay a share
Former City manager vague in details
Councillors should have known about veto, deal maker says
Files stay sealed
City set to approve full funding for mayor's son
City key to OMERS, inquiry told
No common sense
High stakes drama
Enersource powers 'changed'
Hydro deal took years to probe, inquiry hears
Judicial inquiry starts today
Inquiry starts tomorrow
Mayor to testify June 2
Councillors consider code of ethics
Council code of conduct on agenda
More money for Mayor's son
Commissioner to rule on funding for mayor's son
Inquiry costs at $1.5M and rising
Lawyer wrong about campaign, mayor says
Inquiry schedule released
Inquiry will hurt campaign: Lawyer
The News makes motion at inquiry
Keep inquiry open
No go for 'citizen journalists'
The News wants affidavit made public
Split decision for citizen journalists
Council nixes legal fees for councillors
'Layers' of land deal probed
Inquiry to hear from 'citizen journalists'
Judicial inquiry costs continue to grow
Mayor submits documents
Someone should pay
Mayor's record-keeping under scrutiny
Cut off the cash
Inquiry searches for paper trail
City 'targeting' mayor's son?
Mayor's son to ask for more public money
Delay sparks speculation
Councillors rethinking legal fees for mayor's son
Inquiry to begin May 17
Taxpayers shoulder Mayor's legal bill
Stand up and vote
Costs mounting at judicial inquiry
Inquiry probe 'going well'
Ground broken for college campus
City asked to foot legal bills
Judicial inquiry begins
Judicial inquiry gets underway
Hundreds back mayor
McCallion accused of negotiating commissions
Matter of priorities
'Support Hazel' rally planned
Optics over ethics
Don't ease up
Stay on point
Letter of the week
Judge picked for inquiry
Council votes to limit judicial probe
Petition aims to cancel judicial probe
Call to account
Scrap the inquiry
Road cleared for City probe
Wide net cast for judicial inquiry
Judicial inquiry 'extraordinary': Solicitor
Parameters for inquiry in the works
Investigation or witch hunt?
Inquiry the only choice
Mayor could face inquiry
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