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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

Investigator dismisses complaint about Clair/Maltby Secondary Plan meetings

Investigator dismisses complaint about Clair/Maltby Secondary Plan meetings

Rules that advisory groups are not subject to the same bylaws and policies as city committees
Guelph Storm goalie at centre of 'crazy' hockey oddity

Guelph Storm goalie at centre of 'crazy' hockey oddity

'I’ve never in my life seen that before. That was crazy,' says Nico Daws
Family members on hand to watch relatives added to Cenotaph's roll of honour <b>(10 photos)</b>

Family members on hand to watch relatives added to Cenotaph's roll of honour (10 photos)

Family members in attendance Saturday as 43 names added to the Guelph Cenotaph at dedication ceremony
Storm sniper Schnarr continues to blossom <b>(6 photos)</b>

Storm sniper Schnarr continues to blossom (6 photos)

Hat trick leads the Storm to victory over Barrie Colts
<b>OPINION:</b> Province wades in on the issue of whether OHL players should be paid

OPINION: Province wades in on the issue of whether OHL players should be paid

In this guest column from our sister site GuelphToday.com, editor and Guelph Storm observer Tony Saxon dissects the murky situation of OHL player pay and wonders whether the province will be able to make everyone happy
Province wades in on the issue of whether OHL players should be paid

Province wades in on the issue of whether OHL players should be paid

But will it be able to make everyone happy?
Holocaust survivor brings stories of horror and hope to U of G

Holocaust survivor brings stories of horror and hope to U of G

Elly Gotz, 90, said he could finally move forward when he was able to let go of the hate
Topchoice Electronics: a new business in a familiar location

Topchoice Electronics: a new business in a familiar location

The longtime home of Vernon Smith Furniture has a new tenant
Guelph to decide Dec. 17 on whether to allow retail marijuana stores

Guelph to decide Dec. 17 on whether to allow retail marijuana stores

Conducting an online public survey to help inform that recommendation
The Hoppy Bitches: a Guelph craft beer club just for women

The Hoppy Bitches: a Guelph craft beer club just for women

Will be launching their beer Hoperation, a collaboration with Wellington Brewery, on Friday night