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Tony Saxon

Tony Saxon

Tony Saxon’s history as a journalist has been rich and varied over the past 20 years. Most recently known as the Guelph Mercury's beat writer covering the Guelph Storm, Tony is an award winning correspondent, columnist, reporter, feature writer and photographer, who has covered politics, science, and any topic that made for a great story. As a storyteller, Tony is considered “fearless.”

Recent Work by Tony

Coverage or ridership? The big transit question

Coverage or ridership? The big transit question

Transit Action Alliance of Guelph held a transit summit on the weekend
Guelph Storm finds a way to win ugly <b>(7 photos)</b>

Guelph Storm finds a way to win ugly (7 photos)

Storm saved by three power play goals as they extend their winning streak to six games
The high price of justice: Dosanjh murder case cost Guelph Police an extra $450,000

The high price of justice: Dosanjh murder case cost Guelph Police an extra $450,000

Freedom Of Information request shows how much 'Project Inkeeper' cost the Guelph Police Force
Make it five straight for red hot Guelph Storm <b>(6 photos)</b>

Make it five straight for red hot Guelph Storm (6 photos)

Will now host the cellar-dwelling Kingston Frontenacs in a rare Saturday game
Neighbours of city's first dog park invited to special meeting

Neighbours of city's first dog park invited to special meeting

Some people in the area are up in arms because of issues created by the leash-free dog park in Misersky Park
Nico Daws' blossoms into one of OHL's top goalies

Nico Daws' blossoms into one of OHL's top goalies

One of the biggest surprises of the OHL has been the emergence of Daws, who on Thursday was perfect playing for Team OHL against Team Russia
More apartments proposed for south Guelph

More apartments proposed for south Guelph

Proposed 43-unit building would be on the west side of Gordon Street, just south of Clair Road
Proposed 2020 property tax increase of 3.88 per cent could go higher

Proposed 2020 property tax increase of 3.88 per cent could go higher

City tax supported operating budget released Thursday calls for 3.88 per cent increase, but some other items could still be added prior to council deliberations
Guelph Beer Day looking to become a thing

Guelph Beer Day looking to become a thing

The city's brewers have anointed Nov. 16 as Guelph Beer Day
City councillor concerned with process as council eyes location for container homes

City councillor concerned with process as council eyes location for container homes

Dan Gibson says council is moving too quickly and without due process on a plan to possibly place 10 container homes on Beaumont Crescent