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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

City votes in favour of merging Guelph Hydro with Alectra

City votes in favour of merging Guelph Hydro with Alectra

14-month process ends with 10-3 vote in favour of merging the city-owned utility
City plans to buy land from province seen as 'transformative change' for east Guelph

City plans to buy land from province seen as 'transformative change' for east Guelph

City to negotiate buying 243 acres of land from the province that would eventually be sold to a developer
The Guelph Hydro merger vote: a primer

The Guelph Hydro merger vote: a primer

A look at some key points heading into Wednesday night's decision by Guelph City Council on whether to merge Guelph Hydro
'It's not just a job, it's who you are' says Guelph nurse retiring after 50-year career

'It's not just a job, it's who you are' says Guelph nurse retiring after 50-year career

Frankie Hammond speaks of the grace of patients, doctors listening more and great co-workers
New campaign takes gritty approach to creating dialogue around alcohol issues

New campaign takes gritty approach to creating dialogue around alcohol issues

'We weren't trying to be cute,' say makers of Last Call – Real Stories of Alcohol’s Impact in Guelph and Wellington County
Guelph Giants and Guelph Storm team up for some friendly fun <b>(15 photos)</b>

Guelph Giants and Guelph Storm team up for some friendly fun (15 photos)

Giants program allows athletes with an intellectual disability to participate in an inclusive hockey program
Guelph Storm 'lays an egg' against Kitchener Rangers <b>(8 photos)</b>

Guelph Storm 'lays an egg' against Kitchener Rangers (8 photos)

Storm also loses forward Isaac Ratcliffe with a foot injury
What's old is new again for the Guelph Royals

What's old is new again for the Guelph Royals

New manager and new key players join rejuvenated baseball club for its 100th season
McFadden a force as Storm wins fourth straight <b>(7 photos)</b>

McFadden a force as Storm wins fourth straight (7 photos)

Three assists and a shut down job on Owen Sound's top line for the Guelph Storm veteran
Guelph Transit gets $500,000 for not-so-sexy but still important projects

Guelph Transit gets $500,000 for not-so-sexy but still important projects

City to match funds with option of using provincial gas tax money for its portion