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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

A busy newsroom is sorely missed

A busy newsroom is sorely missed

It just doesn't feel the same around the GuelphToday office these days
From the Editor: Why we don't allow comments on letters to the editor

From the Editor: Why we don't allow comments on letters to the editor

We stopped allowing comments to encourage people to speak up, not prevent them
Married 68 years, Guelph couple both taken by COVID just days apart

Married 68 years, Guelph couple both taken by COVID just days apart

John and Betty Ware took precautions to stay safe, but COVID still found them
<b>COVID-19:</b> Married 68 years, Guelph couple both taken by COVID just days apart

COVID-19: Married 68 years, Guelph couple both taken by COVID just days apart

John and Betty Ware took precautions to stay safe, but COVID still found them
<b>From the Editor:</b> Covering tragedy is never easy

From the Editor: Covering tragedy is never easy

But it's a job that has to be done and can be appreciated by those suffering loss
<b>Story-based poll:</b> Do you support online voting?

Story-based poll: Do you support online voting?

At an upcoming meeting of city council, staff will be recommending that online voting not be part of the 2022 municipal election. Where do you stand?
Happy birthday to us! GuelphToday turns 5 today

Happy birthday to us! GuelphToday turns 5 today

GuelphToday community editor Tony Saxon looks back on the first five years
Drug arrest follows raid at Imperial Road apartment complex

Drug arrest follows raid at Imperial Road apartment complex

Police say they received information about drug trafficking in the building
Former Guelph Storm player follows another dream with the Guelph Police Service

Former Guelph Storm player follows another dream with the Guelph Police Service

After wrapping up his hockey career, Ryan Horvat knew Guelph was where he wanted to carry on a family tradition
Wellington County arsonist finally sentenced

Wellington County arsonist finally sentenced

Justin Beal was sentenced to 21 months in jail for the five fires he set in rural abandoned buildings in 2016 and 2017