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Innu-aimun (also referred to as Montagnais) is one of the languages in the Algonquin family spoken by the Innu people who live in the eastern part of Canada; mainly in Quebec and Labrador. There are a number of dialects of the language due to the populations being distant from one another. However speakers of each dialect would likely be able to communicate without too much trouble.
As of 2011, there are an estimated 11,000 speakers of the Innu-aimun language living in Canada.
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