Published on June 10, 2011 by Amy
Cree is the most widespread native language in Canada. The Alberta Elders’ Cree Dictionary is a highly usable and effective dictionary that serves students, business, governments, and media. Designed for speakers, students, and teachers of Cree; includes Cree-English and English-Cree sections.
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This remarkable dictionary includes extensive Cree-English and English-Cree sections:
The Cree people constitute the largest Aboriginal group in Alberta, and many other Cree speakers live across Canada. This dictionary is based upon both Northern Cree (the “TH” dialect) and Plains Cree (the “Y” dialect).
Work on the dictionary began in the mid 1970s through the initiative of Nancy LeClair, a Cree nun from Hobbema. The dictionary has since had many other generous and dedicated contributors from among Alberta’s Cree speakers.
Despite its many years in the making, this dictionary will continue to grow and change along with a living language, helping Cree youth become more fluent in their language, and providing a bridge for others to appreciate its beauty.
Nancy LeClaire and George Cardinal; Edited by Earle Waugh