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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

Staff report places price tag on electrifying city's vehicle fleet

Staff report places price tag on electrifying city's vehicle fleet

Price tag of switching everything from buses to Zambonis to electric or hybrid would be $32.4 million, with possible grants available
City stays in-house in choosing its new top executive

City stays in-house in choosing its new top executive

Former acting CAO and deputy CAO Scott Stewart is the city's new chief administrative officer
Ame Papatsie uses art to share his Inuit culture with the people of Guelph

Ame Papatsie uses art to share his Inuit culture with the people of Guelph

'I want to show people who I am and where I come from,' says Ame Papatsie
It's 33C. Let's go tubing in Elora! <b>(16 photos)</b>

It's 33C. Let's go tubing in Elora! (16 photos)

Small gathering sing, talk and share strawberries at anti-fascist rally

Small gathering sing, talk and share strawberries at anti-fascist rally

Roughly 30 people showed up outside city hall for a rally in response to a visit by People's Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier
City to take a 'pause' on new library discussion and look at options, says acting CAO

City to take a 'pause' on new library discussion and look at options, says acting CAO

A funding gap that existed at the old $50 million price tag is now even greater as projected cost hits $64.4 million
Downtown's newest hot spot features a nostalgic twist down below <b>(6 photos)</b>

Downtown's newest hot spot features a nostalgic twist down below (6 photos)

Gin Mill on upper Wyndham Street features fresh food, from-scratch cocktails and a speakeasy in the basement
Green Party leader May talks climate action at Guelph rally

Green Party leader May talks climate action at Guelph rally

Green Party Community Matters town hall attracts around 350 party faithful to event held at U of G on Monday
Planned 500-spot parking garage on Baker Street might be in trouble

Planned 500-spot parking garage on Baker Street might be in trouble

Bedrock, Bill 108 and the city's own environmental targets seen as obstacles in getting the garage built
Library CEO blindsided by possibility new main library could be downsized

Library CEO blindsided by possibility new main library could be downsized

City staff is recommending the city investigate reducing the cost and size of the new library by 25 per cent due to funding and programming concerns