Category Archives: Classes

Find classes you can join in person or online as a beginner, or as a language champion in training. Be sure the check the date of the original post: this is a historical listing, and many of the classes listed took place some time ago.

Behind the Blindfold: Lanaya Houle, translated by Solomon Ratt (y-dialect, audio)

Today is National Awareness Awareness Day for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.anohc misiwêskamik kitaskînâhk ka-kiskisitotawâyahkok kâ-wanihihcik êkwa kâ-nipahihcik iskwêwak êkwa iskwêsisak. ᐊᓄᐦᐨ ᒥᓯᐍᐢᑲᒥᐠ ᑭᑕᐢᑮᓈᕽ ᑲ ᑭᐢᑭᓯᑐᑕᐚᔭᐦᑯᐠ ᑳ ᐘᓂᐦᐃᐦᒋᐠ ᐁᑿ ᑳ ᓂᐸᐦᐃᐦᒋᐠ ᐃᐢᑵᐘᐠ ᐁᑿ ᐃᐢᑵᓯᓴᐠ᙮ #NationalDayofAwareness #MMIW #MMNWG Behind the blindfoldThe blindfold dehumanizes most murder victims. … Continue reading

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Kevin Lewis: kâ-nêyâsihk mîkiwâhpa

Lana Whiskyjack uses her digital storytelling superpowers to help spread the story of beautiful work going on at kâ-nêyâsihk mîkiwâhpa / ᑳ ᓀᔮᓯᕽ ᒦᑭᐚᐦᐸ / kâniyâsihk Culture Camps based at ministikwan / Island Lake, Saskatchewan. https://kaniyasihkculturecamps.com. In the video, Dr Kevin Lewis describes the evolution of the camps … Continue reading

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Teacher Training: TPR Storytelling, St Paul, Alberta

This looks like a great opportunity for those who can get there! For details, email Dianne.Steinhauer@tcef.ca or call 780.645.5880. Learn more about Tribal Chiefs Education Foundation at http://tcef.ca

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Let’s Speak Cree Together – mâmawi-nêhiyawêmototân 

A great opportunity for Regina residents – and for anyone who can view online streaming via Regina Public Library Facebook page. What: Cree Language Instruction When: Thursdays, February 22 – May 10, 2018 Total # of classes: 12 sessions (Weekly … Continue reading

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Cree Classes for Kids at Maskwacîs (October 2017)

Cree language and traditional games for kids at Maskwacîs! For more information, call Jordan Littlepoplar at 780.585.3012

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Cree Classes in Edmonton (October 2017)

Via FaceBook from Les Skinner (aka Miskinâhk Askiy): ᐦᐋ ᓂᐋᐧᐦᑰᒫᑲᓂᑎᐠ ᐊᓄᐦᐨ ᐆᒪ ᑳᐃᐧ ᐁᓀᐦᐃᔭᐁᐧᑭᐢᑭᓄᐦᐊᒫᑯᓯᕽ ᐯᓀᐦᐃᔭᐁᐧᐠ! hâ n’wâhkômâkan’tik, anohc ôma kâwi ênêhiyawêkiskinohamâkosihk— pênêhiyawêk! Cree class starting again today! Highlands Library (Edmonton) at 67 St and 118 Ave, come speak some Cree! Class … Continue reading

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Ermineskin offering free Cree classes: Ponoka News

(October 2017) See the original article here: http://www.ponokanews.com/local-news/ermineskin-offering-free-cree-classes-to-the-public/ The Neyaskweyahk Cree Department is offering a free course selection that brings the Cree language, arts and culture to those interested in taking part. Classes started Sept. 26 but there’s still a chance … Continue reading

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Cree Classes at Alexander First Nation

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Free Cree Classes (th-dialect) at Sagkeeng, November 2017

Turtle Lodge is located at Sagkeeng First Nation (On Google maps:  47071-F Hwy 11, FORT ALEXANDER Indian Reserve, MB, R0E 0P0. For details, email: turtlelodge@mts.net Anishinabe (Ojibway) and Nehetho (Cree) Language Camps at Turtle Lodge, November 11-24: Nehetho Camp Nov … Continue reading

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Certificate in Indigenous Languages: University of Saskatchewan

Thanks to Kevin Lewis – and to Treaty Commissioner Harry Lafond for telling me about this certificate program offered through the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan. The program consists of ten courses, 30 credit units, leading to … Continue reading

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