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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

Local tree service hoping to help people visit loved ones in facilities

Local tree service hoping to help people visit loved ones in facilities

JL's Tree Service wants to use its aerial lift to put people outside the windows of loved ones at hospitals, long-term care and hospice facilities
Three test positive for COVID-19 at Homewood Health Centre (UPDATED)

Three test positive for COVID-19 at Homewood Health Centre (UPDATED)

Two staff and one patient have tested positive, now 25 confirmed cases for Guelph
Guelph Police show their support for hospital staff <b>(4 photos)</b>

Guelph Police show their support for hospital staff (4 photos)

Cruisers show up in an impromptu show of appreciation and support for what their fellow front line workers are doing
People looking for answers at Guelph Chamber of Commerce virtual town hall

People looking for answers at Guelph Chamber of Commerce virtual town hall

People and business owners want to know how to access government programs
Guelph Storm adds high pick in Saturday's draft

Guelph Storm adds high pick in Saturday's draft

Team will now have three of the first 34 picks in Saturday's online draft
Guelph's MP says he is doing what he can to repatriate family stuck in Peru

Guelph's MP says he is doing what he can to repatriate family stuck in Peru

The Beitz family has been trying to get a flight home from Peru for two weeks
Guelph businessman steps up to help frontline workers

Guelph businessman steps up to help frontline workers

A Guelph businessman has spent $21,000 of his own money to supply frontline health care workers
Mayor doesn't feel it's necessary to declare state of emergency right now

Mayor doesn't feel it's necessary to declare state of emergency right now

Has considered it, and might consider it in the future, but for now feels it isn't needed
'Hasn't really sunk in yet' says departing Guelph Storm veteran

'Hasn't really sunk in yet' says departing Guelph Storm veteran

The cancellation of the rest of the OHL season had to hit a little harder for Cedric Ralph. As one of the Guelph Storm’s three overage players, he knew it was the end of his four-year junior career, all of it played in a Storm jersey.
Guelph's paramedics remain diligent in challenging times

Guelph's paramedics remain diligent in challenging times

Three paramedics have had to self-isolate after unknowingly coming into contact with patients that might have been exposed to COVID-19