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The Montagnais language is one of the languages from the Aglic family and is spoken by over 8000 people called the Innu. It is also known as Innu-aimun.

The speakers of this language live in Quebec, Labrador and other parts of eastern Canada. Like most Aboriginal languages there are many different dialects spoken depending on where the community is located.

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