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The Cree language came from the Métis people of Canada, who are descendants of the first nation’s women and the fur trade workers of the European ancestry. Today, the Cree language is spoken in widely spread out communities and settlements across Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Our language developed over two hundred years ago as a mixed language and was adopted about 1820 and 1840’s. Our native tongue is the mixture of cree and métis french, along with some borrowed english and first nations tongue such as ojibwe and assinboine. Still today our language is being used more by the older generation. We need to keep teaching the youth in schools this unique native tougue so that it will not be lost.
 

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Box 420
Cold Lake, Alberta
T9M 1P1

Phone: (780) 594-5028
Phone: (780) 594-5026
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(780) 594-5452

 

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