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Flanders yikwahaskānihk : “In Flanders Fields”

Thanks to the Office of the Treaty Commissioner for sharing this video of Dolores Sand’s reading in Cree of this important annual remembrance. The full text is given below, followed by Neal McLeod’s comments on the vocabulary. In Flanders Fields … Continue reading

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Serenity Prayer: Solomon Ratt (Y- and TH- versions)

Y-dialect kisêmanito, miyin: waniskêwin ta-pakitêyihtamân kîkwây kâ-wî-wanâhikoyân; sôhkitêhêwin ta-kwêskinamân kîkwây takî-tipêyihtamân; êkwa iyinîsiwin ta-nisitawinamân tânimêwako ta-kaskihtâyân ᑭᓭᒪᓂᑐ, ᒥᔨᐣ: ᐘᓂᐢᑫᐏᐣ ᑕ ᐸᑭᑌᔨᐦᑕᒫᐣ ᑮᒁᐩ ᑳ ᐑ ᐘᓈᐦᐃᑯᔮᐣ ᓲᐦᑭᑌᐦᐁᐏᐣ ᑕ ᑵᐢᑭᓇᒫᐣ ᑮᒁᐩ ᑕᑮ ᑌᐯᔨᐦᑕᒫᐣ ᐁᑿ ᐃᔨᓃᓯᐏᐣ ᑕ ᓂᓯᑕᐏᓇᒫᐣ ᑖᓂᒣᐘᑯ ᑕ ᑲᐢᑭᐦᑖᔮᐣ TH-dialect kisîmanito, … Continue reading

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A new segment added: “A Poor Opwasimow Becomes Chief”

As he continues preparing new translations of Leonard Bloomfield’s Plains Cree Texts, Neal McLeod has agreed to permit the Cree Literacy Network to host his growing collection. On Christmas Day, he added the second segment to sakêwêw’s story of “A … Continue reading

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