Actions and Commitments: Call to Action # 14

Exploring Stakeholder: "Government of Saskatchewan"

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August 24, 2022

Preserving and Promoting Dakota Language Through High School Curriculum

Government of Saskatchewan: The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the addition of the Dakota language to the growing list of secondary level Indigenous language curricula available in Saskatchewan. The Dakota 10, 20, 30 curriculum will join the other provincial secondary level Indigenous languages curricula already available, including Nēhiyawēwin 10, 20, 30; Dene 10, 20, 30; Nakawe 10, 20,...

January 21, 2021

‘Paykiiwikay’, new online series exploring the rich Métis culture and Michif language

Podcast, a new online series exploring the rich Métis culture and Michif language. ‘Paykiiwikay’, will address the very real need to preserve heritage, tradition and Métis identity. “Everything Métis people do is tied to our value systems, beliefs, and respect,” said MN-S Minister of Language, Culture & Heritage, Sherry McLennan, “this podcast series will help...

January 22, 2020

The Future of Michif Program

The Métis Nation – Saskatchewan (MN-S) announced “The Future of Michif Program“, a multi-faceted educational initiative designed to get more Métis speaking their traditional language. The MN-S is partnering with Canadian Geographic on “The Future of Michif Program“, a multiplatform engagement program that will celebrate Michif and Métis culture, while building national capacity to educate...

April 16, 2019

Dene, Nakawe and Michif Language courses

Ministry of Education announced courses at the 10, 20 and 30 level in Dene, Nakawe and Michif starting next year. High school courses in Cree (nehiwawewin) are already offered. (Prince Albert Daily Herald)...

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