Efforts Underway by Sudbury University to Keep Ojibwe Language Going

January 4, 2019 | CBC News

The University of Sudbury in Canada last fall began offering an introductory course in Nishnaabemowin, an indigenous Ojibwe language. Instructor Mary Ann Corbiere of the Wikiwemikong First Nation created a 10,000-word dictionary to teach sentence composition and vocabulary to students who want to learn the language, connect with their heritage and culture, and converse with other Nishnaabemowin speakers.

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