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Mercy Traveller with Philip Maher

Christmas: ’Tis the season for shopaholics

Christmas: ’Tis the season for shopaholics

In this installment of Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher looks at our passion for consumption and the paradox of a simpler life, which is actually complex
Can buying local morph into something ugly?

Can buying local morph into something ugly?

One of the signs of an enlightened society is the ability to stand outside itself and look in on what is happening
Why we're frustrated by elections

Why we're frustrated by elections

'Can't we just hug it out?' suggests Philip Maher in this edition of Mercy Traveller
Guelph bike fixer helps combat HIV/AIDS in Africa

Guelph bike fixer helps combat HIV/AIDS in Africa

In this edition of Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher tells us about Mary Rife who doesn't mind getting her hands dirty for a good cause
Before we close the Raptors chapter, one more thing…

Before we close the Raptors chapter, one more thing…

In this edition of Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher sits among Albertan 'cowpokes' watching the Raptors win
Travelling this summer? This list is for you <b>(4 photos)</b>

Travelling this summer? This list is for you (4 photos)

In this edition of Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher offers tips and tricks to travelling overseas
Is there a sorry big enough to help us move on from tragedy?

Is there a sorry big enough to help us move on from tragedy?

There may be several wrong ways to offer solace but there is probably no one right way
OPINION: Divining Truth – A beginner’s guide

OPINION: Divining Truth – A beginner’s guide

In this edition of Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher isn't taking sides in he SNC-Lavalin affair
Citizens canvas Downtown Guelph searching for those in need <b>(11 photos)</b>

Citizens canvas Downtown Guelph searching for those in need (11 photos)

Community outreach team offers food, clothing, needle exchanges and much more
Places you’ll want to avoid in 2019

Places you’ll want to avoid in 2019

In this edition of Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher warns against travelling to places plagued by human rights atrocities and conflict