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Indigenous languages

A petition is calling for Google to add Cree to its translation app.
The project is a joint effort between Google Earth and University of Victoria researchers.
Eskimatimu’sipnek nike’ mnja’sin (You were only waiting for this moment to arise).
Many of these languages are on the verge of extinction.
More than two-thirds of the more than 70 Indigenous languages still spoken in Canada are endangered.
Marc Miller says it's a result of a "personal journey" he embarked on to promote indigenous languages.
The University of Winnipeg is teaching languages on their traditional land.
According to a 2010 report, my heritage language is the third most endangered indigenous language in British Columbia. It is the language of this land that Vancouver currently resides on -- and today it has less than six fluent speakers alive in the world.