Four publishers are located in a remote community in northern Manitoba, Canada called Norway House. Most of the meetings are attended via telephone hookup as our congregation is located 5 hours away. The First Nations people on this reserve are hungry for the truth and many speak the Swampy Cree language. Here is one of our First Nations sisters attending the public witnessing table that the local ‘mall’ allows us to set up whenever we wish. Yes, Jehovah is blessing the work and it’s…
'It's who I am:' Cree-to-English dictionary aims to preserve language
A new project at the University of Alberta aims to create a living Plains Cree-to-English dictionary, helping students learn the complex language.
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Sources on the Plains Cree language
Cree, Language of the Plains (University of Regina Public.