Jan 23, 2019
‘Language nurtures identity, enhances spirit,’ says Alayna Many Guns
Calgary’s recently opened new Central Library will soon have a dedicated resource centre aimed at preserving Indigenous languages.
The Indigenous Languages Resource Centre, a first for Calgary, is being supported by a $1-million investment from the province, officials announced on Wednesday.
“The Calgary Public Library is thrilled to support this important Indigenous languages initiative. This is such a strong fit with what we’re all about at the library. This project will build connections, support lifelong learning and deepen understanding of community,” said Calgary Public Library CEO Bill Ptacek.
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