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Stay home: Learn Cree – 9. A story about social isolation

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Stay home: Learn Cree – 8. Sing with Art Napoleon

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Covid-19 Info in Cree and English from Simon Bird (th-dialect)

Thanks to Simon Bird (#creesimonsays) for preparing this video aimed at fluent speakers, but including good English content as well. As a former chief, Simon has direct information from Lac La Ronge Indian Band (LLRIB) emergency response team. As a … Continue reading

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Stay home: Learn Cree – 7. Kinship Terms

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Stay home: Learn Cree – 5. Dorothy Thunder Introduces herself

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Stay home: Learn Cree – 4. Essential Phrases at Home

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Stay home: Learn Cree – 3. My Body

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Stay home: Learn Cree – 2. How about you?

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How We Bring our Language Back: Randy Morin

nêhiyaw ôma kiya: nêhiyaw pimâtisi. nêhiyawê! Thanks to Randy Morin for sharing this Shaw Spotlight video that shows us the path to language survival and revitalization he found through his grandmother’s encouragement. Language is a vital component when it comes … Continue reading

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A.J. Felix, in his own words (y-dialect)

Sharing the thoughts of Elders in their own words is always an honour, particularly when they speak about our collective relationship with nêhiyawêwin. Thanks to Darryl Chamakese for permission to share his video interview with his mentor Elder A.J. Felix … Continue reading

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