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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

Former Catholic school board chair issues apology about social media posts

Former Catholic school board chair issues apology about social media posts

Board says it has no jurisdiction to remove Marino Gazzola from the board completely
'Everybody has lots of questions' says Guelph Storm GM

'Everybody has lots of questions' says Guelph Storm GM

The OHL announced a target date of Dec. 1 for the start of the season, but many, many questions remain
The show must go on for Grand River Raceway's Industry Day <b>(12 photos)</b>

The show must go on for Grand River Raceway's Industry Day (12 photos)

Annual harness event limited to 100 spectators
Guelph Black Heritage Society celebrates Emancipation Day <b>(12 photos)</b>

Guelph Black Heritage Society celebrates Emancipation Day (12 photos)

Event in Exhibition Park features dancing, drumming food and spoken word
The Albion Hotel has a new owner

The Albion Hotel has a new owner

'I have a lot of crazy-assed plans,' says Thomas Gofton, the new owner of the iconic Downtown Guelph building and business
Guelph and area parents will have until Aug. 14 to decide if their children will return to class <b>(UPDATED)</b>

Guelph and area parents will have until Aug. 14 to decide if their children will return to class (UPDATED)

Both local school boards will be sending out a survey to parents asking them to choose an option for September
Human trafficking happens here too

Human trafficking happens here too

World Day Against Trafficking in Persons event held Thursday in Royal City Park
Vaccarino gets a virtual send-off as he retires as U of G president

Vaccarino gets a virtual send-off as he retires as U of G president

Vice-president Charlotte Yates will take over as the school's ninth president after this week on a two-year interim basis
Police continue to look for missing man, but search not classed as 'urgent'

Police continue to look for missing man, but search not classed as 'urgent'

Heibotllah Fazaei hasn't been seen since Monday morning, but due to private information given police, they aren't categorizing the matter as 'urgent'
'Inevitable' that restaurants will have to raise prices, says U of G expert

'Inevitable' that restaurants will have to raise prices, says U of G expert

Patios and subsidies won't be enough for restaurants to survive the pandemic in the long run, says Prof. Mike von Massow