Nunavut Language Summit

Candidates from Canada, Greenland, the United States and other circumpolar nations are gathering in Iqaluit for the Nunavut Language Summit, organized by the Nunavut government to discuss new laws concerning the use of Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun, languages spoken by Nunavummiut. At issue are: workplace language, daily service in the inuit language, writing and language standardization.

For further information on the summit, see links below:

Nunavut Language Summit Schedule

Nunavut Language Summit Description

Nunavut Language Summit 2010

Nunavut language summit begins

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