Mi’kmaq (alternatively spelled Micmac, Migmaw or Mikmaw) is an aboriginal language spoken in eastern Canada; mainly in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, the Gaspe coast, and also the northeastern United States. Several English words are borrowed for the Mi’kmaq language, including “caribou” and “toboggan”.
Professional translators whose native language is Mi’kmaq perform our English to Mi’kmaq translation and Mi’kmaq to English translation. Our experienced translators have an in-depth understanding of the Mi’kmaq language including its spelling, grammar, and cultural appropriateness.
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