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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 Storm slides into Christmas break in first place <b>(10 photos)</b>

Guelph Storm slides into Christmas break in first place (10 photos)

Guelph falls 5-2 in Oshawa, it's second loss in a row, but still sits in first place in the Western Conference
Guelph Storm turns in a stinker <b>(8 photos)</b>

Guelph Storm turns in a stinker (8 photos)

Kitchener Rangers thump the Guelph Storm 6-1 Saturday at the Sleeman Centre on Teddy Bear Toss day
Opportunity knocks for Guelph Storm's Owen Bennett <b>(6 photos)</b>

Opportunity knocks for Guelph Storm's Owen Bennett (6 photos)

Rookie backup goaltender gets to start a bunch of games now that Nico Daws is off to the World Juniors
The Nico Daws fairytale continues

The Nico Daws fairytale continues

Nico Daws goes from unknown backup goalie to making the national junior team
Longtime U of G coach on leave as school reviews information from current, former athletes

Longtime U of G coach on leave as school reviews information from current, former athletes

Dave Scott-Thomas, one of the most successful coaches in school history, is also head coach of the Speed River Track and Field Club
Jewels Under The Kilt: a cheeky name behind a nutty success story

Jewels Under The Kilt: a cheeky name behind a nutty success story

Fergus business makes oven roasted artisan nuts using natural ingredients
Guelph bylaw officers to get driver training in wake of video showing driver running red light

Guelph bylaw officers to get driver training in wake of video showing driver running red light

'The public holds us to a higher standard and I think the officers should always drive to that higher standard'
<b>ONTARIO:</b> 4.4 million litres of raw sewage sent into the Eramosa River in February spill

ONTARIO: 4.4 million litres of raw sewage sent into the Eramosa River in February spill

City could face charges and fines once the province completes its investigation
Council gets first look at six storey apartment building proposed for city's southern edge

Council gets first look at six storey apartment building proposed for city's southern edge

Building is proposed to have 43 units
February spills sent over 4.4 million litres of raw sewage into the Eramosa River

February spills sent over 4.4 million litres of raw sewage into the Eramosa River

City could face charges and fines once the province completes its investigation