Teachers Work to Become Fluent in Endangered B.C. Indigenous Languages

Monday, May 21, 2018
Author: 
Brenna Owen, Marc Fawcett-Atkinson, Dustin Patar, Rehmatullah Sheikh, and V.S. Wells
Source: 
CBC News

As more B.C. Indigenous languages become endangered, teachers and students work to get more people speaking the languages. The B.C. and federal governments have promised more funding to preserve Indigenous languages. Until that funding comes through, teachers like Lauralee Kelly strive to become fluent so that they can pass on the language.

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