Seems like only yesterday The Tyee's Ottawa reporter Jeremy Nuttall rolled up to Canada's Parliament buildings after a long cross-country trek.
Since arriving there last summer, he's tirelessly pushed against the mainstream media current, covering everything from changes to Canada's temporary foreign worker program, to the Orwellian unveiling of Bill C-51, to the short-lived HarperPAC (what was that about again? Nuttall explains). And thanks to thousands of readers who pitched in to help us go national, he's joined by a pool of cross-Canada commentators, all helping us make sense of our federal political scene since 2013.
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