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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

Hot Summer Nights: this cool down brought to you by the Guelph Fire Department <b>(14 photos)</b>

Hot Summer Nights: this cool down brought to you by the Guelph Fire Department (14 photos)

Hot Summer Nights take place at a different park for four consecutive Thursdays
A beautiful night for the Summer's Night Classical 5K run <b>(8 photos)</b>

A beautiful night for the Summer's Night Classical 5K run (8 photos)

Over 200 take part in run, with musicians playing along the course
New Guelph library will address the changing roles libraries play in a community

New Guelph library will address the changing roles libraries play in a community

'We’re a big city library with big city problems and big city responsibilities,' says Guelph Public Library CEO Steve Kraft
Guelph man's ride across Canada for mental health awareness makes a stop in his hometown

Guelph man's ride across Canada for mental health awareness makes a stop in his hometown

Ryan Martin's bike ride has hit the 5,500 kilometre mark and has raised $70,000 so far for the CMHA
'Just one bad dose, then everything goes wrong from there' <b>(5 photos)</b>

'Just one bad dose, then everything goes wrong from there' (5 photos)

Mourning the loss of a friend as three overdose deaths in 10 days has police worried about 'purple fentanyl' on Guelph streets
Sikh temple planning for October opening

Sikh temple planning for October opening

After several delays, the new home for Guelph's Sikh Community appears heading to completion
Xinyi accepting job applications for proposed glass plant

Xinyi accepting job applications for proposed glass plant

Council meeting that will discuss motion to reject the application has been switched to bigger location
Van Hellemond to seek third term as councillor

Van Hellemond to seek third term as councillor

That means 12 of the current 13 members of council are, or have said they will be, seeking reelection this fall with one still undecided
One of Guelph's food truck pioneers is putting it in park

One of Guelph's food truck pioneers is putting it in park

Sweet Temptations cupcakes will continue with a new owner as Jakki Prince moves on to new challenges
Guelph author and filmmaker aims at giving Josiah Henson his rightful place in history

Guelph author and filmmaker aims at giving Josiah Henson his rightful place in history

Josiah Henson helped free over 100 slaves and was an inspiration for the book Uncle Tom's Cabin