Inside Google’s super-sustainable new Montreal HQ

With a giant cafeteria inspired by the open-air Jean-Talon Market
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
Fecioru prepares a cost-efficient meal. (Photograph by Lucy Lu)

Young, working Canadians face a dilemma: eat, or pay the bills?

Employment disruptions and dwindling pandemic supports have forced many to cut back on the one cost they can: food
Centennial student, Jasmine Joseph in a clinical lab at the school for PSW workers. (Photograph by Carmen Cheung)

The push to fill Canada’s critical PSW shortage

New programs offering faster—and tuition-free—training are cropping up around the country. But are they enough?

Embracing technology has allowed companies to flourish amidst the pandemic

Canada’s leading companies are prioritizing employees and customers by allowing themselves to go digital first
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Canada’s best communities 2021: Full ranking of 415 cities

This year’s exclusive ranking takes into account the fact that many of us can work and study from home. Explore the full list here and use the tool to find the best community for you
Workers are screened for COVID-19 as they enter the Toyota plant in Cambridge, Ont.(Courtesy of Toyota Canada)

The workplace of the future will probably remain under surveillance

The pandemic unleashed new forms of digital employee surveillance that are likely here to stay
Wanda Roberts poses for a photo in Yellowknife

Personal care workers describe what led them to their jobs

Many of these workers train in colleges, work in long-term care and in hospitals and are at the very front line of the Canadian health-care system
Canada COVID-19 layoffs

COVID-19: Canada layoff tracker

We’re tracking reported layoffs from the coronavirus pandemic as they happen across Canada
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What the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy means for workers hurt by Covid-19

Unfortunately the wage subsidy doesn’t mean everyone will get their job back