is the language of the Inuit who inhabit regions of Newfoundland and Labrador, Quebec, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.
It came from Television Northem Canada and at that time all of the Aboriginal language programming was in Inuktitut
, or at least most of it.
This project has revolutionized the way the world looks at the Inuktitut
language," said Carmen Levi, Deputy Minister of CLEY.
the concentration of speakers of Inuktitut
in Nunavut, establishing a critical mass in support of the language, combined with the probable impact of efforts to foster future use of the language, make it likely that there will be a continuing presence in the Senate of Inuit senators whose contribution would be significantly enhanced by the opportunity to engage in deliberations using their first language.
The Aqsarniit Middle School Choir led the singing of O Canada, different passages of which were delivered in Inuktitut
, English and French.
An executive summary of about 200 pages will be available in French, English, Cree and Inuktitut
phonesunguvutit akiKangitumut numaramut uvalo Kagitaujami KimmiKugulugu.
After 33 years, clergy from the Anglican diocese of the Arctic have finished the monumental task of translating the Bible into Inuktitut
, the language of the Inuit.
It will likely be evident that we have all library signage in our four official languages with the Inuktitut
majority language taking precedence.
A new language policy introduced by the Aboriginal Peoples' Television Network (APTN) has Inuktitut
speakers steaming mad.
The idea that understanding "nunavut" hinges on one's fluency in Inuktitut
is as significant today as it was in 1999.
This Act will also help preserve and promote Inuit language and culture by making Inuktitut
a working language and allowing the Inuit people to work and get services in the language of their choice.
1) and last year's completion of an Inuktitut
translation of the Bible.
Kublu pointed to the majority of Inuit in Nunavut as a reason for the federal government to finally give Inuktitut
and Innuinaqtun equal status to Canada's official languages of English and French in the territory.
Stephen's, Kuujuaq, since 1996, and an Inuktitut
teacher and member of the Kativik School Board since 1998.