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South Slavey, alternatively known as Slavi, Slave, Dené, and Mackenzian, is spoken by the Slavey people in the Great Slave Lake Region, upper Mackenzie River, and in the District of Mackenzie in northeast Albert and northwest British Columba. Unlike it’s relative, North Slavey, South Slavey doesn’t have as many distinct dialects.

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