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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

Guelph man who murdered his mother sentenced to life in prison

Guelph man who murdered his mother sentenced to life in prison

Jacob Roncato pleaded guilty to second-degree murder earlier this year
City bylaw dealt with 71 complaints about noisy parties last weekend

City bylaw dealt with 71 complaints about noisy parties last weekend

Only one situation required a ticket, the rest either were or became quiet
New location option for library would provide 'efficiencies,' says city staff

New location option for library would provide 'efficiencies,' says city staff

Those efficiencies could include less space needed for the same library plans and an increase in property tax revenue from the Baker Street redevelopment
No Guelph Santa Claus Parade this year, but organizers working on alternative event

No Guelph Santa Claus Parade this year, but organizers working on alternative event

Safety protocols mean no large gatherings, but organizers say they still want to make sure kids get to see Santa somehow
Celebration of all things bicycle happening Sept. 12

Celebration of all things bicycle happening Sept. 12

Love Your Bike festival gearing up for a good time
Guelph Symphony Orchestra gets back to performing at free walk-by concert <b>(13 photos)</b>

Guelph Symphony Orchestra gets back to performing at free walk-by concert (13 photos)

Orchestra members performed in public twice, both for free, on the weekend
Downtown establishments call for dining district to be extended beyond Sept. 22 <b>(UPDATED)</b>

Downtown establishments call for dining district to be extended beyond Sept. 22 (UPDATED)

'The longer we keep customers outside, spaced and seated in public, the better:' Chuck Nash, owner of Frank and Steins
Developer appealing council's rejection of 25-storey tower in Downtown Guelph

Developer appealing council's rejection of 25-storey tower in Downtown Guelph

Skydevco has taken its case to the provincial Local Planning Appeal Tribunal
Guelph Storm deals overage forward to Kingston

Guelph Storm deals overage forward to Kingston

Jacob Roach moved to the Frontenacs for a 15th round draft pick
Wyndham House needs your help to pay for much-needed renovations

Wyndham House needs your help to pay for much-needed renovations

Youth shelter has launched the From Your Household to Ours fundraising campaign looking to raise $70,000 for needed renovation at one of its supportive homes
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