Skip to content
-6.1 °Cforecast >
Mostly Cloudy

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 professor placed on leave after accusations of inappropriate comments to student with severe anxiety

Guelph professor placed on leave after accusations of inappropriate comments to student with severe anxiety

Roughly 450 students walked out of a class Tuesday night in support of a student brought to tears by prof
Guelph MPP's removal from cabinet comes as no surprise

Guelph MPP's removal from cabinet comes as no surprise

Standard practice to replace ministers who aren't running in the next election, Liz Sandals says of Wednesday's cabinet shuffle
<b>Gallery:</b> Restored Petrie Building gets its unveiling

Gallery: Restored Petrie Building gets its unveiling

After two years of being shrouded in scaffolding and protective netting, the 130-year-old Petrie Building got its unveiling Tuesday
Guelph professor placed on leave after accusations of inappropriate comments to student with severe anxiety

Guelph professor placed on leave after accusations of inappropriate comments to student with severe anxiety

Roughly 450 students walked out of a class Tuesday night in support of a student brought to tears by prof
U of G professor placed on leave after accusations of inappropriate comments to student with severe anxiety

U of G professor placed on leave after accusations of inappropriate comments to student with severe anxiety

Roughly 450 students walked out of a class Tuesday night in support of a student brought to tears by prof
Could new south-end high school be announced at the end of the month? <b>(updated)</b>

Could new south-end high school be announced at the end of the month? (updated)

It sure sounds that way. The new school didn't make the list of 39 new schools on province's capital projects forecast, but the Ministry of Education now says 'more local announcements' are coming
Linamar getting $99 million from feds and province for research and technology

Linamar getting $99 million from feds and province for research and technology

Funds expected to eventually lead to an additional 1,500 jobs, mostly in Guelph
Museum and Guelph Symphony Orchestra event lets children get up close and personal with live music <b>(12 photos)</b>

Museum and Guelph Symphony Orchestra event lets children get up close and personal with live music (12 photos)

Members of GSO perform Goldilocks and the Three Bears to the delight of a packed, and young, house
Face time and 'thank you's at the annual New Year's Levee <b>(6 photos)</b>

Face time and 'thank you's at the annual New Year's Levee (6 photos)

Roughly 200 people come out to annual event, the last one Liz Sandals will host
New Year's levee planned for Sunday

New Year's levee planned for Sunday

Guelph MPP Liz Sandals and MP Lloyd Longfield will be hosting