Yeah, the language is really, very strong. Well, it depends on where you go, like some of the bigger communities like where I live there are so many people from you know the outside world, that English is more the common language.
But we still have like my mother and some of the elders who don’t speak any English at all so and we still have to communicate with them. So the children actually listen, you know, understand quite a lot of Inuktitook in some of the smaller communites they speak practically nothing but Inuktitook except in
The following stories are by Michael Kusugak.
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