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Indigenous Languages

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Three primary forms of Michif is primarily spoken by the  Métis peoples mostly in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, North Dakota and Montana. It is a combination of Cree and French. 

Other forms of Métis language include:

French Cree

French Michif

Bungi and Brayet.

The Canadian Encyclopedia entry on Michif

 

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Previously maintained by Sara McDowell and Sheila Laroque