Tamsin McMahon

Maclean’s associate editor Tamsin McMahon covers business and the economy. Previously she has written about crime and politics for several Canadian newspapers and has been nominated for a Michener Award and a National Newspaper Award.
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Technology

Data from wearables could be used as evidence—for or against you

Expert witness: Will information from a fitness tracker hold up in court?
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Health

Inside your teenager’s scary brain

New research shows incredible cognitive potential—and vulnerability—during adolescence. For parents, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
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News

Janet Yellen, the central banker with the human touch

A woman with a populist focus, driven by a mission of ‘morality,’ is now the world’s most powerful central banker
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Canada

Bigstone’s lost opportunity

A poor reserve in the oil sands, beside one of Alberta’s richest Aboriginal communities. Why Opportunity works and Bigstone doesn’t.
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Business

Can the oil sands really be the saviour of Ontario manufacturing?

Central Canada has largely failed to capitalize on Alberta’s booming oil sector. That needs to change.
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Canada

When office lotto pools go bad

Messy lottery disputes are increasingly pitting co-worker against co-worker as office pools lawyer up
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Canada

Infographic: A closer look at Canada’s generation spending gap

What you need to know about the new income divide in Canada
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Facebook Instant Articles

Face to face with a Franklin crew member, 140 years later

From 2014: Brian Spenceley recalls the expedition when he first saw his great-great uncle
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Politics

Toronto mayoral race: Battle of the subways

Who has the best vision for public transit?
Tamsin McMahon
Economic analysis

It’s time to consider a local minimum wage

Why should a fast food worker in downtown Toronto make the same as one in Northern Ontario?