Starting tomorrow, west-coast news junkies can enjoy new weekend content from The Tyee over coffee and brunch, the independent news website has announced.

Starting tomorrow, west-coast news junkies can enjoy new weekend content from The Tyee over coffee and brunch, the independent news website has announced.

David Beers, editor of The Tyee, explains that the weekend content will have a focus on engagement. What does this mean? Well, he continues:

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On Tyee Weekends, you'll find first person essays from all perspectives, some funny, some furious, some, well, pretty weird. You'll find The List, an amorphous briefing on whatever 10 Things You Need To Know Right Now or Five Places This List Says You Should See or Eight Ironic Comments About Insert Popular Meme Here. Some will be serious, some not so much, but mainly they'll be incomplete. The whole point is to get the list started so you can add your own jottings, and pass it around to others.

(Disclosure: J-Source and The Tyee occasionally share content, so this is exciting for us as well!)