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Canada: Aboriginal languages finding new life with technology
by Arik Ligeti
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24 October 2012
On 24 October 2012 Global Regina reported:
Efforts are being made to revitalize aboriginal languages in Canada. One innovative project is FirstVoices Chat, a free texting app with keyboards in over one hundred Indigenous languages. It's available for use on Facebook Chat and more recently as an iPhone, iPad and iTouch app. 'It's important for our youth to know that we can adapt inside our language and still have a history,' said Pena Elliott of the Tsartlip First Nation in British Columbia. 'To find out who we are as people by using modern technology as a tool to teach.'
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