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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

Proposed development for Victoria Road North gets an overhaul

Proposed development for Victoria Road North gets an overhaul

Developer makes adjustments after hearing public concerns last year
A sneak peak inside the historic Petrie Building <b>(18 photos)</b>

A sneak peak inside the historic Petrie Building (18 photos)

First two businesses set to open soon in renovated Downtown Guelph heritage property
Mike Kelly stepping down as GM of Guelph Storm

Mike Kelly stepping down as GM of Guelph Storm

'I want to go from 450 games a year and 80 and 90 hour weeks to being able to see my grandkids enjoy the things they do'
In The Nick Of Time: remembering and celebrating Nicholas Lambden <b>(21 photos)</b>

In The Nick Of Time: remembering and celebrating Nicholas Lambden (21 photos)

Figure skating show at the Sleeman Centre on Family Day wows the crowd
Guelph Storm turns in a stinker in front of big Family Day crowd

Guelph Storm turns in a stinker in front of big Family Day crowd

It was over early at the Sleeman Centre
Guelph Lake Conservation Area (hopefully) going to the dogs

Guelph Lake Conservation Area (hopefully) going to the dogs

Dog sled race event planned for later this month is a fundraiser for Grand River Hospital
Lawsuit against City of Guelph resolved through mediation

Lawsuit against City of Guelph resolved through mediation

Former top building official had been seeking $1 million but terms of settlement not revealed
Guelph Storm gets a spark from some unlikely sources in big win

Guelph Storm gets a spark from some unlikely sources in big win

Guelph victorious in the battle of the OHL's basement dwellers
French government honours Guelph veterans

French government honours Guelph veterans

Donald Sutherland and Frank Taylor both played a part in liberating France in World War II
<b>Saxon on the Storm:</b> The big moose needs to turn it down a notch

Saxon on the Storm: The big moose needs to turn it down a notch

Guelph Storm forward Givani Smith is taking way too many bad penalties