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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

Guelph City Council endorses new $67 million library

Guelph City Council endorses new $67 million library

Ward 6 councillor Dominique O'Rourke changes her mind after hearing from staff and fellow councillors to swing the vote
Family comes from all over the world to help Pacifico Valeriote celebrate his 100th birthday

Family comes from all over the world to help Pacifico Valeriote celebrate his 100th birthday

Pacifico 'Puss Valeriote is a World War II veteran, retired successful businessman and one of the patriarchs of the city's most notable families
The positive power of paws on one's mental health

The positive power of paws on one's mental health

Animals can have a profound effect on one's mental health, local event hears
Another strong turnout for annual Terry Fox Run <b>(10 photos)</b>

Another strong turnout for annual Terry Fox Run (10 photos)

Guelph Storm wraps up preseason with shootout loss <b>(6 photos)</b>

Guelph Storm wraps up preseason with shootout loss (6 photos)

Regular season gets underway Friday night
Mudmoiselle 2019 raises thousands for Canadian Cancer Society <b>(14 photos)</b>

Mudmoiselle 2019 raises thousands for Canadian Cancer Society (14 photos)

Guelph Storm finds a late bloomer in Jacob Roach <b>(8 photos)</b>

Guelph Storm finds a late bloomer in Jacob Roach (8 photos)

Plucked from the junior B ranks, Roach finally finds an OHL home as an 18-year-old rookie
Mayor urges council to hit pause button on new main library

Mayor urges council to hit pause button on new main library

Financial uncertainties means Monday is not the time to approve a $67 million new library, Cam Guthrie says
Local PPC candidate disappointed about being left out of debates and events

Local PPC candidate disappointed about being left out of debates and events

Some events only invite the Liberals, Green Party, Conservatives and NDP, leaving out the People's Party of Canada, the Communist Party and Christian Heritage Party
You need more than youth to be a rebuilding hockey team

You need more than youth to be a rebuilding hockey team

The Guelph Storm will be a very young team this year but still needs guidance and leadership