Lincoln Alexander, who served as the lieutenant governor of Ontario from 1985 to 1991, has passed away. He was 90.
Alexander was also the country's first black member of Parliament, elected to the House of Commons in 1968 as the Progressive Conservative candidate for Hamilton West.
Current Lieutenant Governor David Onley made the announcement Friday morning.
Hamilton mayor Bob Bratina shares his memories of the late Lincoln Alexander.
Girt talks about Alexander meeting the police horse named after him.
Chisholm knew Alexander for over 30 years.
Myrie talks about his legend in Hamilton.