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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 Pride 2017 set for a week of celebration

Guelph Pride 2017 set for a week of celebration

Family friendly event for all kicks things off Saturday afternoon in Market Square
City set to get rid of 30 km/h school zones

City set to get rid of 30 km/h school zones

Recommendation calls for city-wide 40 km/h zones near schools
Pilot project to help new refugees in Guelph could become permanent

Pilot project to help new refugees in Guelph could become permanent

Total of 570 took advantage of 'Refugee Support Program,' which could become permanent 'Welcome to Guelph' program
City reports tax-supported budget surplus of $3.1 million in 2016

City reports tax-supported budget surplus of $3.1 million in 2016

Plus another $1.5 million in surpluses in non-tax supported areas
St. Andrew's church raising funds for some much-needed TLC

St. Andrew's church raising funds for some much-needed TLC

Water damage, a new roof among the things needed for 159-year-old building
Charity walk honouring three brave women to make stop in Guelph

Charity walk honouring three brave women to make stop in Guelph

Three brothers walking from North York to Ann Arbour, Michigan, to raise money for cancer and ALS
Guelph city councillors will soon have to watch what they say on social media

Guelph city councillors will soon have to watch what they say on social media

Guelph City Council's integrity commissioner delivers annual report
New rules could be coming for how councillors behave on social media

New rules could be coming for how councillors behave on social media

Guelph City Council's integrity commissioner delivers annual report
Guelph City Council deletes online voting for 2018 municipal election

Guelph City Council deletes online voting for 2018 municipal election

Lengthy meeting sees online voting rejected by a 7-6 vote
Accused murderer Stephan Dietrich appears in Guelph court

Accused murderer Stephan Dietrich appears in Guelph court

The case of Seble 'Mimi' Dietrich, who first went missing in 2014, inches closer to trial