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Of all the aboriginal languages spoken in Canada, the Cree family has the most speakers. There are many different dialects of the Cree language, each with their own unique characteristics when speaking and writing the languages. It is important to consider which dialect is needed when dealing with an English into Cree translation. wintranslation is proud to offer both Cree into English translation and English into Cree translation services.
This particular dialect of Cree is the most most widely spoken Cree dialect. It is spoken mainly in the regions of Alberta and Saskatchewan, but there are also a number of Plains Cree speakers in British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. Plains Cree is also known as the “y” dialect.
Spoken mainly in communities in the northern Manitoba, northwest Saskatchewan and the coast of the Hudson and James Bay in northern Ontario, Swampy Cree is also known as the “n” dialect of the Cree language.
The Woods Cree dialect is spoken in the northern regions of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Woods Cree is also known as the “th” dialect of the Cree language.
Spoken only in Ontario in an area that ranges from James Bay to Lake Superior, Moose Cree is also known as the “l” dialect of the Cree language.
East Cree is also known as “James Bay Cree” or “East Main Cree”. Spoken only on the east coast of the lower Hudson Bay and James Bay, as well as inland southeastward from James Bay.
Often known as Attikamek, Atikamekw is often spoken in southwestern Quebec. It is widely spoken among the Atikamekw and is least likely to go extinct with almost 6,000 native speakers.
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