Indigenous Languages of Manitoba Inc. was established in 1984 by The Native Education Concerns Group to address the critical concerns of Indigenous language loss, which lead to the incorporation in 1985 as the Manitoba Association of Native Languages. Revitalizing the oral histories, promoting the importance of daily language use, and continuing the Traditions and Sacred Teachings of our Elders an
Manitoba Native Language Development Centre - Winnipeg, Manitoba --- (L to R) Lena Murdock, Hon. Maureen Hemphill,
Clarence Nepinak- President-MANL | Ruth Norton-Director Violet Okemow-Community Native Language Coordinator | Cynthia Bear-Academic Program Coordinator | Diane Ross-Receptionist/Administrative Assistant
Native Language Fesitval Volunteer BBQ- 1990
Our gathering supports, strengthens and celebrates our Indigenous languages and our theme Bringing Our Languages Home combats the standstill of intergenerational transmission and focuses on bringing the languages back to our communities and our homes.
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