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Talimalaw’s death a great loss to Indigenous journalists across globe

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APTN is mourning the loss of a close friend and colleague.

Patagaw Talimalaw, 32, was working in APTN’s Winnipeg office for the past two months as part of a two-year placement with the World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network.

Talimalaw passed away suddently on Sunday from an epileptic seizure.

Her death was a shock and is a great loss to Indigenous journalists around the globe.

APTN’s Shaneen Robinson has a look at who Patagaw was.

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3 Responses to “Talimalaw’s death a great loss to Indigenous journalists across globe”

  1. gman@caama.com.au'
    Gerry Terati Lyons July 24, 2014 at 7:43 pm #

    Arohamai..How sad it is this news of your passing. You made a difference to many and changed others but more importantly you had such a big heart. Maori, Aboriginal and many Nations will mourn your passing…Our love to your family and friends..RIP. CAAMA Radio Alice Springs, Australia

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    Yung-Ching Lo July 24, 2014 at 5:30 am #

    what a pity…

  3. info@sharondanley.com'
    Sharon Danley July 24, 2014 at 2:15 am #

    I’m so sorry to hear this. She was a treasure. Please pass on my condolences to her family. I lost my darling daughter Andrea a year ago Christmas to an epileptic seizure too. Epilepsy is a silent killer.