Valentine's Day isn't the biggest holiday in Ontario on February 14 — that honour belongs to Hazel McCallion Day.\nThe legendary former Mayor of Mississauga turned 100 on February 14, 2021, and the whole city has been going all-out for months to celebrate "Hurricane Hazel."\nEditor's Choice: Justin Trudeau's Valentine's Day Message To His Wife Sophie Is A Bilingual Swoonfest\n\nToday #PRP , @MississaugaFES and @Peel_Paramedics came together to wish former #Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion a very Happy 100th birthday! We wish you health and happiness as you celebrate. pic.twitter.com/T8YFur20fY— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPolice) February 13, 2021\n\nHer birthday celebrations have been happening for months now. In November 2020, Mississauaga announced it was renaming Central Library as "Hazel McCallion Central Library."\nOn Wednesday, February 10, a few special Canadian icons — including Doug Ford, Don Cherry, and Justin Trudeau — paid video tribute to Hazel at a special hour-long Zoom birthday party hosted by the City of Mississauga. \nAnd then on Saturday, the day before her birthday, she even got a birthday parade from Peel Police, Fire, and Emergency Services.\nCheck out the massive "Happy 100th Hazel" ice sculpture on her lawn, too!\nAs if that wasn't enough, Mississauga is premiering a full documentary tribute to Hazel on YouTube and Facebook tonight called "Hazel A Celebration: 100 Years In The Making."\nYes, the celebrations are off the charts, but it's not every day that a hurricane turns 100!