Category Archives: Audio (n-dialect)

Happy National Indigenous People’s Day 2021

A peaceful wish in troubled times for a peaceful, relaxing National Indigenous People’s day. #happynipd Edit th-dialect n-dialect y-dialect mitho-ithiniw-kîsikanisik mino-ininiw-kîsikanisik miyo-iyiniw-kîsikanisik ᒥᖪ ᐃðᐦᐃᓂᐤ ᑮᓯᑲᓂᓯᐠ ᒥᓄ ᐃᓂᓂᐤ ᑮᓯᑲᓂᓯᐠ ᒥᔪ ᐃᔨᓂᐤ ᑮᓯᑲᓂᓯᐠ

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National MMIW Awareness Day, 2021 (n-, th-, y-dialects)

This breathtakingly powerful image is the work of Angela Lightning from Treaty 8 territory, who created and photographed this installation, shared it on FaceBook, and gave us her blessing to share it here. It evokes the memory of those we’ve … Continue reading

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Spirituality: Solomon Ratt (y-, th- and n-dialects)

ahcâhkowin: askiy, kîsik, sîpiy, yôtin: miyo-wîcêhtowin kâ-kistêyihtamahk kahkiyaw ôhi. ᐊᐦᒑᐦᑯᐏᐣ:  ᐊᐢᑭᐩ,  ᑮᓯᐠ,  ᓰᐱᐩ,  ᔫᑎᐣ: ᒥᔪ ᐑᒉᐦᑐᐏᐣ  ᑳ ᑭᐢᑌᔨᐦᑕᒪᕽ  ᑲᐦᑭᔭᐤ  ᐆᐦᐃ᙮ Spirituality: earth, sky, river, wind: There is harmony when we respect all of these. th-dialect: ahcâhkowin: askiy kîsik sîpiy thôtin mitho-wîcîhtowin kâ-kistîthihtamahk … Continue reading

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sôskwâc ayapik : Just Stay Home! (all dialects)

 

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Stay home: Learn Cree 27. A simple conversation

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Silent Night: Rhonda Head (n-dialect)

Thanks to Rhonda Head of Opaskwayak First Nation for permission to share her recording  and video (with family photos) of Silent Night. Congratulations from all of us, as well, on the many recognitions and honours that continue to come her … Continue reading

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Rhonda Head sings O Canada with the Toronto Symphony (n-dialect)

Rhonda Head is a classically trained singer from Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Manitoba. Her recording in Cree was one of 12 versions of O Canada recorded with the TSO in honour of Canada 150.

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Indigenous People’s Day 2018 – Solomon Ratt

mitho-ithiniw-kîsikanisik  /  ᒥᖪᐃᖨᓂᐤᑮᓯᑲᓂᓯᐠ mino-ininiw-kîsikanisik  /  ᒥᓄᐃᓂᓂᐤᑮᓯᑲᓂᓯᐠ miyo-iyiniw-kîsikanisik  /  ᒥᔪ ᐃᔨᓂᐤ ᑮᓯᑲᓂᓯᐠ Happy Indigenous People’s Day! Indigenous People’s Day falls on the Summer Solstice. We don’t have a word that means “solstice” but kâ-mâwaci-kino-kîsikâk means ‘longest day of the year’. It’s also … Continue reading

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For language learners

One of the best things about being connected with so many gifted speakers, teachers and linguists, is knowing about all the wonderful resources they produce for the use of other speakers, teachers and linguists! Thank you to Ken Paupanekis for … Continue reading

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Paupanekis: Intro Cree Audio Files (n-dialect)

The following MP3 audio files correspond to the 24 units in Ken Paupanekis’s Introductory Cree Course, offered May 2-13, 2011, at the University of Manitoba’s Summer Cree Institute, and offered regularly by distance through University College of the North. Units 1-12 … Continue reading

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