a group of people from the article Can syllabic keyboards help save Indigenous languages? 
Thunder Bay teenagers code new keyboards you can download at home — and teach other students in the process.
Example of Lunaapeew language. from the article Lunaapeew huluniixsuw ayaskii aweeheew pumu wuskii aweenuw
Tha changii shukw ktahwalohkeewihna wiichumeewihna huluniixsuw.
Agenda guest
The Agenda discusses the importance of reviving lost Indigenous languages.
tvo logo from the article Why TVO.org is translating Indigenous stories into Indigenous languages
EDITOR’S NOTE: Canada tried for more than a century to erase Indigenous languages. In the spirit of reconciliation, we must all help to protect them.

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Published On: October 18, 2019
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Published On: August 19, 2019
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Published On: August 15, 2019
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Published On: August 14, 2019
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Published On: July 03, 2019
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Published On: June 28, 2019
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Published On: June 27, 2019
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