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  • Jasmine Heesaker

Language Watch Canada (Apr 2019)

Updated: Oct 16, 2019


April 2019 Edition

 

I don't even know if I can really say, "better late than never" this time. The fact is, it's here now. So please, enjoy!



(Apr 28, 2019)

This article explores the fight for Indigenous language survival.


(Apr 23, 2019)

This article talks about how the Perth Library opened its doors in order to help ESL students continue learning.


(Apr 28, 2019)

This article examines the issue of Indigenous language revitalization.


(Apr 29, 2019)

This article celebrates the 6th annual Halq’eméylem language translation contest.


(Apr 8, 2019)

This article shares how the Northern Michif To Go app aims to increase the number of Michif speakers.


(Apr 12, 2019)

This article relates the sad reality that French is still not the commonly-used language in the workplace in Quebec.


(Apr 26, 2019)

This article delves into how Charlottetown city police are taking steps to bridge language barriers with new immigrants.


(Apr 21, 2019)

This article celebrates how a new language class launched at the Okanagan Regional Library in Kelowna has become one of the library's busiest programs.


(Apr 11, 2019)

This article looks into some of the barriers that Indigenous languages could face if Bill C-91 were to go forward.


(Apr 8, 2019)

This article talks about how a new teepee being put up at UNB will honour the International Year of Indigenous Languages, will be used as a learning lodge for students and faculty, as well as for traditional sunrise ceremonies and sweat lodges.


Find any other noteworthy language news stories this month? Let me know in the comments!

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