Lindsay Somers. (Photograph by Claudine Baltazar)

How Lindsay Somers takes the awkward out of on-screen nudity

As Canada’s first-ever intimacy coordinator, Somers helps TV actors get comfortable with getting frisky

Charts to watch in 2021: The most important Canadian economic graphs for the year ahead

As we prepare to leave this surreal year behind, experts share charts showing what they’ll watch for in the economy in the coming year

Election 2019 primer: Jobs, the economy and the deficit

Where the parties stand on the tricky question of an economy that’s booming, but has also left many Canadians feeling left behind

How the growing gig economy is making life harder for North American workers

A journalist argues the new climate has led to people without things like unemployment insurance, retirement savings and a feeling of security

The universities most likely to prepare you for employment

We asked nearly 24,000 students across the country whether their university education is preparing them for a job. The top schools may surprise you

Calgary hoped to land 50,000 Amazon jobs. It may have to settle for two.

Despite a recent round of layoffs, Amazon has roughly 13,000 job openings right now. Here’s a look at where the jobs are (and aren’t).


Canada’s youth are the clear losers from a higher minimum wage

Opinion: Entry-level jobs shape your character, if you can manage to gain entry

For Canada, 2018 brings an ‘unbelievable’, ‘ridiculously strong’ job market

As Canada’s unemployment rate reaches historic lows, will wage growth finally reawaken inflation?

What the fourth industrial revolution means for your job

Opinion: Rapid technological advances will destroy some jobs, but it doesn’t need to be a catastrophe if we take steps to manage the transition

How to keep your job in the semi-automated workforce of the future

From the editors: A third of Canadian jobs could be done by robots right now. But thankfully some occupations will always require a human touch. Probably.

Chart Week

The 91 most important economic charts to watch in 2018

For the fourth year in a row Maclean’s presents its year-end Chartapalooza, your guide to making sense of the economy in the year ahead

More older Canadians choose to keep working, census finds

Over 53 per cent of men and 38 of women aged 65 or older were working in some form in 2015 – considerably more than were doing so in 1995