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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

Mike Schreiner feeling the winds of change as he tries to turn Guelph Green

Mike Schreiner feeling the winds of change as he tries to turn Guelph Green

Green Party candidate was accompanied by Elizabeth May Friday to voice support for plans to double the Greenbelt
Family says plan to gift a 30-acre heritage park for public use is 'on a collision course' with development

Family says plan to gift a 30-acre heritage park for public use is 'on a collision course' with development

City says plans to put a road through the property are not set in stone
Guelph Little Theatre's House of Blue Leaves hits the stage <b>(12 photos)</b>

Guelph Little Theatre's House of Blue Leaves hits the stage (12 photos)

A dark comedy set in 1965 New York opens May 25
Threatened turtle species one of the reasons fishing is now banned in some Guelph ponds

Threatened turtle species one of the reasons fishing is now banned in some Guelph ponds

Ministry of Infrastructure says fishing has actually been banned since 2016, although new signs were recently put in place
Threatened turtle species one of the reasons fishing is now banned in York Road ponds

Threatened turtle species one of the reasons fishing is now banned in York Road ponds

Ministry of Infrastructure says fishing has actually been banned since 2016, although new signs were recently put in place
NDP candidate Mlynarz turns up the heat at all-candidates event

NDP candidate Mlynarz turns up the heat at all-candidates event

Those unable to get a seat in the packed Council Chambers missed a spirited provincial election debate
Local potter captures a bit of Guelph's history, one mug at a time <b>(5 photos)</b>

Local potter captures a bit of Guelph's history, one mug at a time (5 photos)

Local potter Bunny Safari will be one of over 50 potters at the Guelph Potters Market May 26 and 27 in Royal City Park
Green Party offers tax relief for small business and nonprofits paid for by big business

Green Party offers tax relief for small business and nonprofits paid for by big business

Mike Schreiner makes platform announcement in Downtown Guelph on Friday
Ward 2 voices its concerns about increased and more brazen crime

Ward 2 voices its concerns about increased and more brazen crime

Around 80 people have their say on crime in the neighbourhood adjacent to Downtown Guelph
City service review does not recommend outsourcing garbage collection

City service review does not recommend outsourcing garbage collection

Service review contains 11 recommendations, including bi-weekly yard waste collection