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Visit the Indigenous Languages Resource Centre on Level 4 at Central Library to meet with Elders, share stories under a night sky installation, view traditional items, and learn Treaty 7 languages.
Corey teaches Phillip a few key phrases in the Stoney Nakoda language.
Henri helps Manpreet learn a classic children's song meant to teach a couple of key phrases in Cree.
Hal, from the Tsuut'ina Nation, teaches Cheri how to say hello, thank you, and parting words in the Dene language.
Follow along with Serenity, a member of the Siksika Nation, as she teaches Ashley some words in Blackfoot.
The Indigenous Languages Centre provides a chance for everyone to connect with the traditional cultures of this land.
The Piikani Paitapiiyssin Learning Application by Piikani Child and Family Services contains over 300 Blackfoot words, translations, and pronunciations. You can also find information on clans, traditional symbols, and Piikani sign language.
Created by Old Sun Community College and Siksika Board of Education, this app teaches phrases in 29 themed categories, through audio, images, quizzes and games. Historical images, sign language videos, and traditional songs are also available.
Created by the Tsuut'ina Gunaha Institute, this app organizes language into 18 categories. Learning is made easy with fun illustrations and audio pronunciations from fluent speakers. Practice your skills with games, quizzes, and more.
Learn from the Elders of the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation with this dictionary. The app contains thousands of words and recorded pronuniciations, and can be searched in both Stoney and English. Discover new Stoney words daily with Word of the Day notifications.