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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

Damn you Big Bang Theory! computer science is for girls too!

Damn you Big Bang Theory! computer science is for girls too!

Go CODE Girl event at U of G aimed at changing stereotypes that computer science is a nerdy boys' club
Water, water everywhere... <b>(9 photos)</b>

Water, water everywhere... (9 photos)

Flood warnings remain in place for the Grand River watershed but rain is expected to subside over the next few days
A weird and wacky night at the Sleeman Centre <b>(9 photos)</b>

A weird and wacky night at the Sleeman Centre (9 photos)

'There were so many odd things happening' says Storm coach of overtime loss
Some harsh words about a harsh weekend

Some harsh words about a harsh weekend

This week's Saxon on the Storm looks back at last week's really, really bad weekend
City (finally) breaks ground on new Wilson Street parkade

City (finally) breaks ground on new Wilson Street parkade

After a one-year delay, construction of the 496-space parkade is officially underway
16-year-old has a plan to fix Guelph's brutal stolen bike problem

16-year-old has a plan to fix Guelph's brutal stolen bike problem

It involves Facebook
Guelph teen doing his part to help find stolen bikes

Guelph teen doing his part to help find stolen bikes

Facebook page allows people to share information about their stolen bikes in the Royal City
<b>Breaking:</b> Former city councillor one of three looking to represent Guelph Tories

Breaking: Former city councillor one of three looking to represent Guelph Tories

Local convention won't be held until after a new provincial leader is selected in March
Diocese moving ahead with multi-million dollar renovation to Basilica of Our Lady rectory

Diocese moving ahead with multi-million dollar renovation to Basilica of Our Lady rectory

Building on Catholic Hill that serves as a residence and administrative centre dates back to 1857
Guelph woman will get to keep Odin, her backyard therapy horse <b>(2 photos)</b>

Guelph woman will get to keep Odin, her backyard therapy horse (2 photos)

Amy Lalonde, who suffers from PTSD, had been fighting for a year for the right to keep a therapy horse within city limits