Mi’gmaq Research Project members present in Nova Scotia

Last week, members of the Mi’gmaq Research Project traveled to St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia to attend the L’nui’sultinej Conference. The name of the conference translates to “Let’s speak Mi’gmaq” and is a conference for Mi’gmaq language speakers, educators, and learners from all around Eastern Canada. Recent McGill graduates Carol Little and Elise McClay are shown below presenting with Listuguj Community Member and recent high school graduate, Mary Beth Wysote. The title of the group’s talk was “Student Perspectives on Mi’gmaq Language Learning through Multi-Modal Teaching: A Community-Linguistics Partnership.”


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