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Michif is the language spoken by the Métis people who mainly live in the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. There are also some communities which speak the language in the US state of North Dakota. There are a very small number of speakers remaining today with an estimated 730 speakers as of 2011.
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