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Mary Fix, Norman Goodhead, and an unidentified man, Lakeview
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Title: Mary Fix, Norman Goodhead, and an unidentified man, Lakeview
Identifier: MC0560
Date of Original Photo: 1959
Image Type: B&W Photo, 11 1/2x9 cm.
Subject: Fix, Mary McNulty
Location: Lakeview Water Treatment Plant, 920 East Avenue

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Description: Mary Fix, Reeve of Toronto Township, with Norman Goodhead, Reeve of North York, and an unidentified staff member at the Lakeview Water Treatment Plant. Mary McNulty Fix was born in Ottawa in 1896. She graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1918 and became the first woman lawyer in Ottawa. As a woman lawyer she did not get important cases so she went into business and became a buyer for a clothing store in Ottawa. She married Albert Fix in 1931 and settled in Toronto Township, where, after her husband's death, she became interested in local politics. In 1953 she became Deputy-Reeve of Toronto Township (Anthony Adamson was elected Reeve), the first woman to enter politics in the township. She was elected Reeve in 1955 andre-elected in 1957, 1958 and 1959. In 1959 she became the first woman Warden of Peel County. She was also a member of the Library Board and a founding member of the Toronto Township Historical Society (now the Mississauga Heritage Foundation). She died in 1972 and left her property on Pinetree Way and Hurontario Street to the Town of Mississauga (now the City of Mississauga). Description updated July 2019.
Agency: Mississauga Library System