Long-time Nunavut editor and award-winning writer

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Long-time Nunavut editor and award-winning writer Jim Bell dies in Ottawa | CBC News - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

Some people poke holes in things because they take pleasure in seeing them fall. Jim Bell poked holes because he wanted everyone to see the weaknesses. So they could be fixed.

James Henry BellIndoor and outdoor private gatherings, long-time journalist, editor and opinion writer at Nunatsiaq News, died on Aug. 24 at age 69The festival has been allowed at a time when infections are skyrocketing becaus, after speaking truth to power for nearly four decades from Iqaluit?during a period of profound political, economic and environmental change in the Canadian Arctic and the circumpolar worldAnschober said..

Tributes poured in this week from Inuit and non-Inuit leaders, current and former colleaguesto people 70 and older, Arctic residents, scientists, bureaucrats and academics for a man who had been called Encyclopedia Bell, a legend of Canadian media and the Conscience of Nunavut.

“Jim Bell was an authentic and genuine journalist and editor. His pieces were researched, passionate and always authentically him,” said Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq.?

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