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Kathleen Wynne received a shining endorsement from one of the most well-known mayors in Ontario.

The premier started her day off in Mississauga as all three leaders campaigned in the GTA.

Outgoing mayor Hazel McCallion says she believes in Wynne's policy, but used the opportunity to ask for more money for municipalities. The 93-year-old says that should come from funding from the provincial and federal governments or the ability to raise or create a list of taxes.

McCallion also called the gas plant scandal water under the bridge. The Premier repeated that things have changed, noting the province has put rules in place to block cancellations like those seen in Mississauga and Oakiville from ever happening again.

McCallion says may residents don't care gas plants as much as they care about finding a job.

She says she hopes residents vote for a Liberal majority, which will allow Queen's Park to get things done.

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Kathleen Wynne received a shining endorsement from one of the most well-known mayors in Ontario.

The premier started her day off in Mississauga as all three leaders campaigned in the GTA.

Outgoing mayor Hazel McCallion says she believes in Wynne's policy, but used the opportunity to ask for more money for municipalities. The 93-year-old says that should come from funding from the provincial and federal governments or the ability to raise or create a list of taxes.

McCallion also called the gas plant scandal water under the bridge. The Premier repeated that things have changed, noting the province has put rules in place to block cancellations like those seen in Mississauga and Oakiville from ever happening again.

McCallion says may residents don't care gas plants as much as they care about finding a job.

She says she hopes residents vote for a Liberal majority, which will allow Queen's Park to get things done.

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