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Tyee Staff 27 Jul 2015TheTyee.ca

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.

Die-hard Tyeesters already know this, but the bedrock of our reader community is the thousands of Canadians who subscribe to our weekly and daily email newsletters. They get a list of all our stories in their inboxes -- a healthy mix of national headlines and the made-in-B.C. scoops The Tyee has made its name covering for over a decade. (Thank you, Tyee email subscribers!)

Today, we're unveiling a new way to subscribe, made for readers living outside British Columbia. The Tyee's national email newsletter is a lot like our daily and weekly versions, but distilled down to our very best stories from Ottawa and our cross-country contributors. When you sign up, you'll also be the first to know about breaking stories of national importance.

Subscribe to The Tyee's national edition here.

The national newsletter, sent out once a week, includes seven days of our top stories in a fresh, mobile-responsive design. When we've got a hot breaking story, you'll get a timely news alert. Plus, you'll get newsletter-only content, like notes from Tyee editors and curated lists of what we're reading around the web.

The Tyee's national email newsletter is a must-have going into Canada's election season. Readers like you helped us raise $75,000 to unleash ferocious reporters like Andrew Nikiforuk leading up to the Oct. 19 vote.

To be the first to read these important investigations on inequality, democracy and accountability, energy politics and Prime Minister Stephen Harper's record, subscribe to our national email newsletter today.

And for current daily and weekly subscribers, we're working on updating the look and feel so you can browse more easily on a tablet or phone. Thanks for sticking with us, and please pass on the news to friends and family from Alberta to New Brunswick.

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